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Organisational project management .. creating the ability to succeed

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Trevor Band's presentation covered a topic that some believe will guide an evolution in project management. The new way of working! Trevor covered how we are in a period of growing disillusionment with organisational life. This is reflected in the alarming scale of project failure in businesses, which Trevor discussed. Trevor explained through examples that, in our age of pioneering technology, science and agile practices, project managers have an exciting part to play in bringing new life to our organisations.

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Organisational project management .. creating the ability to succeed

  1. 1. ORGANISATIONAL PROJECT MANAGEMENT Trevor Band FAPM
  2. 2. Copyright © 2015 Montydog Consulting Limited www.montydogconsulting.co.uk Building organisations that create project success (preferably soulful ones) About this Presentation
  3. 3. Copyright © 2015 Montydog Consulting Limited www.montydogconsulting.co.uk Our world of projects & complex solutions New thinking & science “Outside-In” perspective Some ideas Organisational Project Management Conclusion About this Presentation
  4. 4. An Age of Chaos Copyright © 2015 Montydog Consulting Limited www.montydogconsulting.co.uk 50% of current jobs will be automated out of existence 1 in 7 of the global population are on the move Traditional companies struggling. More complexity for less. 25 billion internet connected devices by 2020 (Gartner) On-demand economic forces – altering the nature of work Instability – Euro deflation risk, nuclear weapons proliferation,….
  5. 5. Organisations – mankind's journey Copyright © 2015 Montydog Consulting Limited www.montydogconsulting.co.uk Tribal Age Agrarian Age Scientific/Industrial Age Information Age Violent - crude Organised - stable Innovation - markets Globalisation - internet
  6. 6. $3 trillion lost annually due to project underperformance 1 13% engaged, 63% not engaged, 24% actively disengaged (Gallop) “Many people sense that the current way we run organisations has been stretched to its limits. We are increasingly disillusioned with organisational life” F. Laloux PM – urgency and opportunity Copyright © 2015 Montydog Consulting Limited www.montydogconsulting.co.uk 1 Prof Rodney Turner et al, Perspectives on Projects (Routledge, 2010)
  7. 7. Large proportion of contractor staff Inexperienced leadership (esp at board level) C-level/staff disengagement Project management not strategically developed Inadequate systems for PM improvement and learning Organisations designed for BAU, not projects Methods obesity – not meeting the need for agility and creativity Preoccupation with individual rather team capability Current State of Projects-Organisations Copyright © 2015 Montydog Consulting Limited www.montydogconsulting.co.uk
  8. 8. Neuroscience – for leadership Copyright © 2015 Montydog Consulting Limited www.montydogconsulting.co.uk The brain’s primary function is to keep us safe People’s brains have developed the need to be in good relationships The brain operates efficiently by making patterns/maps We are much less rational than we think
  9. 9. The Teal Organisations – living entity Copyright © 2015 Montydog Consulting Limited www.montydogconsulting.co.uk New Age Laloux F., Reinventing Organizations, Nelson Parker, 2014 Self-organising teams No management authority No job titles – fluid roles – no competition Radically simplified PM – no project managers Peer-based performance appraisal
  10. 10. INDIVIDUAL HUMAN ENTERPRISE INITIATIVES ORANISATION DEVELOPMENT PROJECT MANAGEMENT MULTI-DISCIPLINE ENGAGEMENT COMMAND & CONTROL SELF-MANAGED TEAMS PROCESS PRINCIPLES MANAGEMENT LEADERSHIP (brain tuned) The PM Shift – fresh perspectives, beyond PM Copyright © 2015 Montydog Consulting Limited www.montydogconsulting.co.uk Over 90% of defects belong to the system, not the individual (Dr W. Edward Deming)
  11. 11. Copyright © 2015 Montydog Consulting Limited www.montydogconsulting.co.uk Building “Project-Intelligent” Human Enterprises
  12. 12. Copyright © 2015 Montydog Consulting Limited www.montydogconsulting.co.uk P3M Performance – creating emotional commitment
  13. 13. “Outside-In” Approach Copyright © 2015 Montydog Consulting Limited www.montydogconsulting.co.uk Project-aligned BUSINESS MODEL PM CODE OF PRACTICE AGILE TEAM COACHING SPECIALISED LEADERSHIP COACHING
  14. 14. Business Model for P3M Success Copyright © 2015 Montydog Consulting Limited www.montydogconsulting.co.uk Project-aligned BUSINESS MODEL VALUE PROPOSITION CUSTOMER SEGMENTS CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIPS KEY PARTNERS KEY ACTIVITIES KEY PEOPLE & RESOURCES CHANNELS COST STRUCTURES REVENUE STREAMS
  15. 15. PM Code of Practice – clarifying P3M success Copyright © 2015 Montydog Consulting Limited SUPPORTS TALENT DEVELOPMENT  aligned to PM roles  referenced for skills planning  cross-discipline relevance ORGANISATION  aligned to customer/business  gateway to PM system  promotes right values/behaviour  vision into practice PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT  supports consistent job goal setting  project managers and sponsors  clarifies project governance  facilitates delivery integration METHODS  link to management system  aligned to external standards  best practice guidance  links to templates, processes
  16. 16. The Future Project Manager Copyright © 2015 Montydog Consulting Limited EMPLOYER Management System ProfessionalismCUSTOMER ENGAGEMENT PERFORMANCE MOTIVATION CAPABILITY
  17. 17. Organisational Project Management Copyright © 2015 Montydog Consulting Limited Bodies of Knowledge Competency Frameworks Qualifications Prince2:2009® MSP® P3O® Change Management
  18. 18. Organisational Project Management Copyright © 2015 Montydog Consulting Limited Bodies of Knowledge Competency Frameworks Qualifications Prince2:2009® MSP® P3O® Change Management ORGANISATIONAL PROJECT MANAGEMENT
  19. 19. Organisational Project Management Copyright © 2015 Montydog Consulting Limited An organisational perspective …. Business context Organisational leadership Organisational strategy & design Culture development Teal/Agile formation Communities of Practice Cross-discipline talent management Branding and marketing Performance management Best practice benchmarking etc. “Organisational Project Management is a holistic development approach that builds organisations capable of delivering complex projects and programmes successfully. At its heart are practices that encourage leaders to lead people, teams and organisations to create project intelligent organisations.”
  20. 20. www.whereprojectsthrive.uk Trevor Band & Adrian Pyne Copyright © 2015 Montydog Consulting Limited
  21. 21. Initiate a PM Shift in your organisation Adopt an Organisational Project Management approach Put down PM manuals – engage with new thinking and science Start with LEADERSHIP Conclusion Copyright © 2015 Montydog Consulting Limited www.montydogconsulting.co.uk
  22. 22. Trevor Band Montydog Consulting: www.montydogconsulting.co.uk M: 07752 482896 E: tband@montydogconsulting.co.uk Information Copyright © 2015 Montydog Consulting Limited www.montydogconsulting.co.uk
  23. 23. Copyright © 2015 Montydog Consulting Limited www.montydogconsulting.co.uk This document (“Document”) is copyright © 2015 of Montydog Consulting Limited. All rights reserved. You are authorized to view, copy, print, and distribute the materials on this Document which are subject to the following conditions: I. The materials are used for informational purposes only. II. The materials are used for non-commercial purposes. III. Any copy of the materials or portion thereof must include the above copyright notice in its entirety, or such other copyright notice as is contained on the original material. IV. Montydog Consulting Limited logo and “Making projects fit for organisations” and certain product names mentioned in this Document are trademarks or registered trademarks or copyright of Montydog Consulting Limited or other parties. All other product names mentioned in this Document are the trademarks or registered trademarks or copyright of their respective owners and are mentioned for identification purposes only. This Document is intended to provide general information on a particular subject or subjects and is not an exhaustive treatment of such subjects. Accordingly, it is not intended to provide consulting, project, programme or portfolio management, or other professional advice or services. The use of this Document is at your own risk and you assume full responsibility and risk of loss resulting from its use. Montydog Consulting Limited is registered in England and Wales. Company registration No: 07095693. Montydog Consulting Limited, Grove House, Lutyens Close, Basingstoke, Hampshire, RG24 8AG.

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