- How to define the scope of a project
- PMBOK vs PRINCE2 vs Agile project management
- Project management methodologies
- Seven keys to establishing a successful PMO
There are a range of different methodologies which are often applied to project management, with the three most commonly considered being PMBOK, PRINCE2 and Agile. If you're trying to weigh up what are the pros and cons of PMBOK versus PRINCE2 versus something like Agile, you may find it useful to consider them in context with the project that you're undertaking, as well as comparing one to the other.
Much has been written about how best to establish a PMO. There are many elements to take into account, and this article seeks only to provide what we believe are a few “pointers” to consider.
To undertake needs assessment, there are some basics steps that you can work through to assess what resources will be required to complete a project.
As a project manager, you'll need to define project scope no matter what methodology you choose to use.
With 5000 staff, 600 stores, 7.5 million customers and $4.4 billion in revenue, the merged Vodafone Hutchison Australia (VHA) has consolidated its project management office around one core application which it is now integrating with other business systems.
Project Management Methodologies are a series of different processes designed to assist project managers and those overseeing or involved with projects
Benefits come from change. Therefore, it makes sense that every project should be seen as a ‘change project’.
You’ll only know if you’ve been successful if you know why you’re needed.
To be effective PMOs need to have authority. No authority, no effectiveness. It’s that simple.
If the PMO handles the cross-project issues and challenges the project managers can focus on effectively running their projects.
Standards should exist solely to enable, support and help deliver successful projects. But too often they become ends in themselves.
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