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Organizations treat business cases as sales pitches until projects are approved, then they seem to transition into items that should be rapidly forgotten. There must be a better way! This article download has been translated into Japanese.
Sometimes, the definition of the “P” in PMO is elusive. To effectively build, maintain and evolve a PMO, however, we have to be very clear about what this letter means. Approaching the definition with specific goals in mind can help us to put together a world-class organization. This article download has been translated into Japanese.
Creating a way to evaluate project performance may not be the first thought when creating a new PMO. But how else can it demonstrate value to the organization? This article download has been translated into Japanese.
Project Management Evaluation Reviews are formal reviews intended to uncover issues, concerns or challenges that may impact the quality or value results if changes are not made and facilitates resolution for what needs to be improved for successful completion. This download has been translated into Japanese.
If an organization is to ever realize the value a PMO can deliver, it needs to think outside the IT PMO box and become a business-driven PMO--one that is driven by the strategic goals and objectives of the organization. When this happens, the impact of projects are more dramatic and the IT components of projects are viewed in the proper context. This article download has been translated into Japanese.
Integrating Risk Management with Earned Value Management (Webinar Transcripts - Japanese Translation)
All future events come with some degree of uncertainty. When the uncertainty affects the outcome of the event in a negative manner, it is considered a risk. The ability to quantify the likelihood of the risk’s occurrence with the monetary value of its impact is a major goal of Risk Management (RM). This is a webinar transcript translated in Japanese.
A cost-estimating worksheet can help you develop cost estimates when quantitative methods or bottom-up estimates are developed. Quantitative methods include parametric estimates, analogous estimates and three-point estimates. This download has been translated into Japanese.
This webinar examines why projects fail by looking at the impacts of uncertainty and risk and suggests ways to manage project risk. This is a webinar transcript translated in Japanese.