Project & Programme Management Success
Recent Forum Q&A discussions covering the performance of the project manager in delivering successful projects have highlighted that this is an area that IT professionals have yet to agree best practice on.
The results from the Corporate IT Forum's Strategy Survey indicated that many organisations are concerned about the skills and capabilities available to them. With reducing budgets, access to the resources needed to ensure a successful portfolio of projects is delivered could be hampered.
So, what sort of governance measures should be put in place to ensure that the current project team delivers to the highest standard and meets business requirements? What does a successful project look like and how can you measure this? How do organisations go about handling planning, prioritisation and resources? How should the Project Management Office (PMO) be staffed? And is benefits realisation something the project manager should be involved in tracking? If not, then whose responsibility is it?
Download this Output Report for more information on best practice for Project and Programme Management Success.
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