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Programme Delivery Report - Optimised Programme Methodology


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Optimise-GB provides you with a free template for the programme Improvement plan. This is the third phase of a three phased programme methodology. The first phase being the programme start up phase and the second being the Programme Improvement Plan. This document is based on MSP, Lean and Six Sigma programme methodologies. The key difference and unique perspective for this methodology is that the programme never closes down but focuses on continuous improvement. This document reduces the number of documents that can often lead to confusion as identified in a number of methodologies. This phase reports on the progress made by the programme against the set objectives. This is an ongoing function, as the programme should not close down in accordance to continuous improvement. The programme delivery report reviews the project portfolio and its outputs and against the expected outcomes of the programme. As usual with any programme or project management methodology there is a key focus on the risks and issues that affect the programme and identifies the mitigating actions to ensure that the objectives are not affected. These templates are also available from Optimise-GB. Please contact me should you have any questions on and visit for more details. Many thanks Simon Misiewicz

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Programme Delivery Report - Optimised Programme Methodology

  1. 1. Programme Delivery report [Title] Author: [Author] Your Business Name Street Address Address 2 Telephone Fax E-Mail Date: [Date] Distribution: [Distribution list] Version: [Enter Version number]Version Date Authorised by Narrative1.0
  2. 2. 1.0 PurposeThis document is issued to the programme sponsor and board and informs them of thestatus of the programme against the programme plan, costs and risks.2.0 Period covered3.0 Performance indicators “as is” V “to be”3.1 Area(s) of focus3.2 List of benefits to be achieved3.3 Road map (how are we getting there)3.4 Timescales for solutions4.0 In scope (deliverables)Programme Deliverable Deadline Owner ExplanationProject: [Project Name] Version: [X.X]Author: [Author’s name] Date: [Enter date] Page 2 of 5
  3. 3. 5.0 Project portfolio status Must haves Criteria 1 Benefits Time Quality Ranked Project [Must haves 1] [Must haves 2] [Must haves 3] [Objective 1] [Objective 2] [Objective 3] [Objective 4] [Objective 5] [Objective 6] Total Project 2009/10 2010/11 ProjectNo. Project Sponsor Start up Status Status Status Name £000 £000 Close 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 - -
  4. 4. 6.0 Change control status Date Date of change change requestChange ref: request authorised Change owner Reason for change Impact of change
  5. 5. 7.0 Programme issues / risks update 7.1 Project Issues (Critical)Issue Ref: Date of issue Issue owner Issue Description Issue mitigation plan 7.2 Project Risks (Critical)Risk Ref: Date of Risk Risk owner Risk Description Risk mitigation plan