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Program Management - A single point of truth - Mott MacDonald
Program Management - A single point of truth - Mott MacDonald
Program Management - A single point of truth - Mott MacDonald
Program Management - A single point of truth - Mott MacDonald
Program Management - A single point of truth - Mott MacDonald
Program Management - A single point of truth - Mott MacDonald
Program Management - A single point of truth - Mott MacDonald
Program Management - A single point of truth - Mott MacDonald
Program Management - A single point of truth - Mott MacDonald
Program Management - A single point of truth - Mott MacDonald
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  • 1. Program Management ….a single point of truth
  • 2. The Norm - Implementation Challenges ! For most organisations, the challenge lies not just in the mechanics of the method, but more often in the cultural change required to underpin good Project management. ! additionally, when most organisations first attempt to use best practice techniques, they typically find that it highlights weaknesses or gaps in the project planning and control processes and capabilities. For example: ! a robust baseline Plan needs to be developed as soon as possible - this task alone challenges many organisations - and then it must be maintained and resourced. ! the planning process must identify all major project deliverables clearly, within the PBL, not just the functional effort assumed to be required to deliver a project ! objective measures of physical progress must be assessed routinely ! business systems and processes need to provide data in a timely manner (e.g. costs) and need to be structurally compatible with the needs of the management system. ! a comprehensive change system is required to ensure change is consistently applied to the PBL and other controlled Programme Management components (I.e. WBS, OBS, SOW, etc).
  • 3. Where Does It Always Go Wrong? Why Projects / Programs Fail 36% 15% 4% 20% 10% 4% 11% Others Technical Problems Problems with Suppliers Ineffective Project Planning Poorly Defined or Missing Project Objectives Poor Organization and Project Management Practices Insufficient Project Personnel Resources Source: Standish Group International, Survey from 2500 personnel attending project management training Cancelled Under Perform Successful Large Programs Success Rates 53% 31% 16%
  • 4. Programme Management System CHANGE BCRsRISK REPORTING FORECAST & STATUS => Progress DB EV SCHEDULE SCOPE SOW DB COSTS ANALYSIS
  • 5. WBS / PBS OBS Responsibility Assignment Matrix (RAM) Schedules Risk Management Financial InfoEVM Reporting Resource Profile Dependency planning Scenario Planning Statement of work (SoW) Risks Dependencies Master Schedule Level 0 Project Plan (IPMP) & Project SoW Risk Model Budget Distribution OBS - Organisation Breakdown structure WBS - Work Breakdown Structure PBS - Product Breakdown Structure SoW - Statement of Work RAM - Responsibility Assignment Matrix EVM - Earned Value Management WAD - Work Authorisation Document WAD Programme Control - System
  • 6. Create WP Scope SoW Create / Rework Schedule Load Schedule into MSP (Planning Tool) (BCWS) Identify Risks EVM Reporting Resource Load Profile Create BCR Load Schedule into (EV Tool) Identify Dependencies Schedule & Resource Bought off Dependency Planning Scenario Planning Risk Management (Risk Tool) Financial Info (Costs) Actual Bookings (ACWP) Progress (BCWP) Master Schedule Metrix PM Schedule & Resource Bought off Risk Model Change Management System connect Level 0 WAD Programme Control - Flow
  • 7. Extensibility PMO Compass Business Architecture • Suite wide interoperability • Unified data design improves data accessibility • Build on .NET platform allows for a mature extensibility and integration architecture • Web based architecture platform enables easier deployment and administration • Common security design reduces total cost of ownership Configurable Workflow Drag/Drop Form Builder E-mail Alerts Process Layer – Form Builder, Workflow, Alerts Web Server DatabaseApplication Server Technology Layer – Web, Application, Database Dashboards Webparts Presentation Layer – Role Based Portal Browser Based Smart Thin Client EPM Business Layer – Plan, Execute, Control Schedule Management Cost Management Earned Value Analytics Resource Management
  • 8. Dashboard Displays Project Performance
  • 9. Questions? MEEveryone ....Anyone....
  • 10. www.mottmac.com

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