PMO, Program and Project Implementation
Perhaps you are thinking about opening up a Project Management Office (PMO) in your organisation and need to understand and identify what kind of PMO you need. Will it be a supportive office, a controlling office or a directive office? Will this PMO be a project office, a program office or a portfolio office? Will this PMO assist with reviewing, selecting, prioritising and ranking initiatives? Will this PMO assist with resource levelling and managing resource constraints? Will this PMO differentiate initiatives based on enhancements, projects, programs and normal operational work?
We help you define your PMO mandate based on executive requirements and provide you with a roadmap to implement your PMO.
We can also provide you with guidance on scoring models and weighted ranking models and criteria for program and project selection and implementation.
At Executive Counsel we specialise in:
- PMBoK® Best Practice which is the International Project Management Body of Knowledge and is developed and published by the Project Management Institute. This toolset covers 10 specialised knowledge areas and 5 process groups which enhance project success.
- Prince2™ Methodology which addresses planning, monitoring and controlling of 6 variables. This method covers core themes which include the Business Case, the Organisation, Quality, Risk, Plans, Progress and Change. Prince2™ and PMBoK® work very well together.
- Agile Project Management which includes Scrum, XP Programming and Lean methodologies and follows a very specific framework that covers the Envision Phase, the Speculate phase, the Explore Phase and the Adapt and Close Phase. This framework assists in applying agile principles and practices on projects.