Your project workforce can be better motivated and more effective if it is aligned with the overall business goals of your organization. Use this template as part of your employee motivation and retention strategy and see how quickly performance improves.
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This presentation walks you through turning strategic objectives into operational realities. It covers topics such as conditioning your organization for change, discovering enterprise requirements, developing actionable objectives, and driving enterprise-wide alignment, and ends with a few models and techniques that drive the process.
Simply put, scope is the size of the project. But there’s more to it than that!
A work breakdown structure (WBS) is the most important method of organizing tasks for a project. Learn its ins and outs here.
From gathering requirements to tagging beta loads, stay on track of your Alpha Beta Program with this plan.
The Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) is a quantitative decision-making methodology that uses pair-wise comparisons to determine the importance of relative evaluation criteria and the relative strengths of decision alternatives. This document is a crash-course in AHP and is designed to help get you making difficult project decisions (particularly package software-related ones) quickly, confidentally and rationally.
This presentation will help you and your clients focus on issues important to interoperability, portability and scalability. Not only does it ask salient questions, but it also concentrates on roles and responsibilities, too.
Harassment can take many forms. Use this analysis to help simplify your preparation for consistently enforcing your corporate policy.
The rise of big data and analytics can greatly improve an organization’s decision making, from programs and portfolios to products and processes. Here is a comprehensive checklist to help PMOs develop a framework for structuring large analytics projects, ensuring they deliver the desired business insights and impact.
It’s not a question of what to do if there’s a change. It’s what you’ll do when there’s a change.