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When strategic planning fails

Bourne

Projects struggling for management support are one of the key indicators of a sub-standard value creation system that is failing to make full use of the deliverables created by projects and programs.

Mosaic Project Solutions pty

Poor governance creates complexity

Bourne

Some of the factors that organisations believe create complexity are actually due to weak or non-existent governance.

Mosaic Project Solutions pty

Be careful what you govern

Bourne

Governance is an interesting and subtle process which is not helped by confusing governance with management or organisational maturity.

Mosaic Project Solutions pty

Enemies within

Buttrick

Having good methods, process, tools and systems with clear accountabilities is necessary but not enough. The critical difference comes from an organisation’s culture.

Project Workout

Excellence is not enough

Buttrick

Portfolio management is integral to how the top level leaders want to manage their business; it’s an integral part of business planning.

Project Workout

Whose success is it?

Buttrick

But what does 'success' mean? Success is too often interpreted through the differing eyes of stakeholders.

Project Workout

P3 governance

Mosaic

P3 governance is the sub-set of corporate and organisational governance focused on assisting and ensuring that projects and programs undertaken by the organisation deliver the maximum value.

Mosaic Project Solutions pty

The strategic management of projects

Mosaic

The concept of 'Managing projects' describes the organisation’s ability to select, nurture and deliver projects and programs effectively.

Mosaic Project Solutions pty

Culture eats strategy for breakfast

Murray-Webster and Simon

Successful governance depends upon embedding positive behaviours to create the right culture.

Lucidus consulting

One rule for us and another for them

Murray-Webster and Simon

We have recently noticed that many client organisations apply a different set of project management standards for the projects they carry out in-house to those that they subcontract or outsource.

Lucidus consulting

Governance in the project based organisation

Turner

It is essential, within the organisation, to provide a context within which projects, programmes and portfolios can flourish.

Project Manager Today magazine

Obtaining top management support

Turner

Top management support has long been
recognised as a key success factor on
projects. The project manager and project
sponsor need to work at ensuring they achieve
that support.

Project Manager Today magazine

Operational control and governance of projects

Turner

Organizations adopt four quite different operational and control structures depending on whether: the projects they are undertaking are 'large and few' or 'small and many'; the customers that are doing those projects
for are 'few and dominant' or 'many and less dominant'

Project Manager Today magazine

Who owns project management in your company?

Rosenhead

The answer never seems to be straightforward. Some people simply do not know, others suggest the PMO or maybe the IT Director, or HR Director or …

Project Agency

 

 

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