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Project Management Executive Summary

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Project Management Executive Summary

  1. 1. Project Management “A structured approach to helping an organisation achieve its goals, manage change, realise benefits efficiently”
  2. 2. Strategic goals of an organisation achieved. Benefits Realised Building the ‘Project’ House 2.Portfolio Mgt 3.Programme Mgt 4.Project Mgt 1.State of the Nation Assessment Centralised management of investments. Includes identifying, prioritising, approving and controlling programmes and projects to achieve specific strategic objectives Managing multiple projects effectively with the intention of optimising a companies performance. Activities include capacity planning, scheduling, project integration, standard tools, process, templates and governance Connecting Strategy to Actions A project is a temporary initiative undertaken to achieve planned objectives within a defined set of time, scope, cost and resource constraints
  3. 3. State of the Nation Assessment System Process Resource Management Prioritisation Project Management Benefit Management Inventory Mgt Current Arch. Future Arch. Roadmap Disaster Plan Scalability Documented Standardised Repeatable Continuous Improvement Who is working on what When are they free to work on next priority Is everyone working on approved projects Do we have the right skill mix to do what we want Are the right ideas prioritised Qualify Does a business case exist Does it help us achieve business strategy and goals Do projects deliver On Time On Cost On Scope How do you know Is project status is known? Do we know which projects will deliver which benefits Do we know when which benefits will be realised Is the project roadmap on track time and cost wise Does ROI still make sense Initial 30 day assessment. Define up front which ‘value’ areas you wish to measure, the above are ‘example’ only. Each area will be defined, assessed, measured with a set of recommendations and next steps. From this a balanced scorecard can be established. Re-Assess every 6-12months and track trends and ability to execute change plan
  4. 4. Portfolio Management IDB [Investment Decision Board] IST Idea Submission Template (1 Pager)Idea Opportunity Threat New Initiatives Existing Initiatives List of current initiatives Initiative Status Enterprise Resource Plan Risks/Issues Monthly session Business Case Review Business Case Template Metrics, Benefits, Cost, Key Milestones, Detailed Plan, Resources, Roles, Risks, Issues, ROI, Implementation Options, strategic fit Go / No Go /Stop Decisions Approved for Business Case Development Prioritised List of all initiatives Strategic objectives aligned with project list
  5. 5. Programme Management Project Process Definition Template Creation Risks and Issue Escalation Multi Project Status Summary Enterprise Resource Project Plan Change Control Feedback and Review Continuous Improvement Report published every two weeks The ‘Multi-Project’ View -Enterprise Wide
  6. 6. “Agile” Project Management A light PM framework that focusses on quick delivery and results Deliver Inspect Adapt Deliver • Time box: 1-2 weeks • Collaboration : Daily Stand Ups • Visibility : Whiteboard project plan Inspect • At end of each time box, review output /results, identify what worked, what didn’t and changes should be made Adapt • Take learnings and execute into next iteration Each project that is implemented follows the agile process. Each project as a product(requirement backlog) with a heavy focus on prioritisation. Top priority requirements get delivered first, new requirements can be added in after each timebox
  7. 7. Building Blocks to Project Management Success Delivering change in a changing, competitive and fast moving market can be complex. Project management provides the structure to optimise the likelihood of success

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