Dutch translation

Posted on 03 Oct 2018

We're delighted to announce that Praxis Framework is now available in Dutch thanks to the tireless work of our volunteer team from the Best Practice User Group in the Nederlands.Praxis is now available in six languages and work is well advanced on the Bahasa Indonesia version. We have just started putting a team together for a Polish translation and would welcome interest from any potential volunteers. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer translator to expand the reach of our free project, programme and portfolio management framework, please contact ... Read more.

Our newest contributor

Posted on 23 Jul 2018

We would like to welcome our latest contributor to the Praxis Framework's growing library of articles and blogs.Milvio DiBartolomeo is a principal project manager in Australia specialising in Gateway assurance. He has held many different roles across the entire program and project lifecycle as well as within both a hub and spoke portfolio, program and project office model.His first few articles are now available on the subjects of agile and assurance. ... Read more.

Praxis local

Posted on 30 Apr 2018

Many organisations like to have a simple overview of their processes and resources that acts as an aide-memoir for everyone involved in the management of projects and programmes. These overviews usually provide links to both internal and external resources, ideally in the form of hyperlinks.At Praxis Framework, we have worked with organisations who want to integrate their internal resources with the extensive guidance provided by the framework - but then present that in a simple way. The result is Praxis Local.Every organisation will have its own take on this approach, so what we provide is ... Read more.

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Praxis is a free framework for the management of projects, programmes and portfolios. Praxis brings together a body of knowledge, methodology, competence framework and capability maturity model in a single integrated framework with a single structure and terminology. No more need for mapping and translation between different guides.

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