Project Management Maturity Model Improvement Levels Level 2 Level 1 Level 5 Level 4 Level 3 Do- It : Ad Hoc, no control Getting order locally; capturing and sharing project cost, schedule, & performance data; experimenting and learning from programs Documenting and sharing the best from the program learning accross the organization. Qualitative improvements. Capturing quantifiable process performance data Using the data to improve foundation for the next and achieve Each level is designed to lay the incremental change and learning Source: Dr. William Ibbs University of California at Berkeley The Ibbs Consulting Group
The “Big” Picture QPM Portfolio Management Model Leadership Team Project Team Infrastructure Project Charter Assessment Project Definition Analysis Business Case/Scope
Link Documents to a project plan, a task in a project plan, or a to-do list
Track Issues :
An issue can be associated with a project, a task in the project, documents in the project’s document library, or other issues within the same project.
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E-mail notifications will alert you to status changes.
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Integration Web Access Microsoft Project 2002 Documentation Storage Project Repository Resource Pool Technology Integration Portfolio/Resource Management ? Document Management ?
Think Enterprise Data Microsoft Project 2002 / Server Architecture Tier 1 User Interface Tier 2 Business Rules Tier 3 Data Repository SQL Server SQL Analysis Services Windows 2000 Advanced Server *.ASP Files *.DLL Files Internet Information Services (IIS) Internet Explorer MS Project 2002 Custom Applications
A Day In The Life… Team Members Portfolio management Stakeholders Project Managers Project scheduling and costing Collaboration and progress reporting Resource Managers Skills-based resource management