PRINCE2® – best practice for effective project management
Projects have become the standard way of bringing about organisational change or stimulating business development. To ensure successful results – on time and on budget – the project needs to be effectively managed.
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Blended learning and e-learning
If organisational transformations are to succeed, managers and staff need better training in new processes and ways of working. Blended learning is a learning and teaching style that combines traditional face-to-face teaching with online modules.
Portfolio management model
Your project portfolio should only consist of projects that create business value. Use our Portfolio Management Model to make sure your project portfolio is always aligned with your business strategy.
Leadership in project environments
How do you allocate resources for cross-divisional projects while still meeting your targets in the line? Most line managers recognise this dilemma. To resolve it, you need to make sure that line and project goals are aligned so that the organisation is not competing for the same resources.
Resource and capacity management
Few organisations have a clear overview of ongoing projects. This typically results in high running costs and low effectiveness.
Project Portfolio Management
Running too many projects at the same time reduces the overall effect of your strategy. Establishing a strong Portfolio Management Office (PMO) will help you prioritise projects and execute them correctly.
Basic governance of projects
This article describe why top managers crave to install basic governance of projects, it describes the content of the four handles, discusses implementation issues and points ahead to the more advanced project governance issues after getting in control of the basics in the project realm.
Project Governance. Steering Committees that don’t chicken out
For project steering committees to perform excellently all members need to offer their full commitment to the project – they all need to be pigs. In addition four other skills and competencies need to be present in the steering committee.