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New projects are the key to ensuring an organization’s growth—and as we enter an increasingly competitive global economy, companies of all stripes struggle to effectively govern the multiplicity of projects needed to survive and prosper.Enterprise Project Governance reveals proven techniques for dealing with simultaneous initiatives and ensuring that programs and projects align with the priorities, resources, and strategies of the organization—and ultimately create value. Complete with enlightening examples and case studies, the book provides readers with practical methods for incorporating enterprise project governance into their organization’s culture, synchronizing it with corporate governance, and maximizing efficiency and results across departments. Whether one’s view is from the boardroom, the executive suite, the project management office, or the project trenches, this is the essential guide for anyone managing multiple projects.
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Faced with the challenge of developing products and services “faster, cheaper, and better” in order to survive in a relentlessly competitive world economy, the effective implementation of projects and programs will ultimately determine the success or failure of your organization. It’s no longer enough to simply bring single projects in on time and under budget. You now have to ensure that every project or program under your roof gets completed successfully, and that they align with the priorities, resources, and strategies of the organization as a whole and ultimately create value.
Whether your view is from the boardroom, the executive suite, the project management office, or the project trenches, Enterprise Project Governance gives you the tools and guidance you need to achieve harmonious project results across your entire organization. Containing enlightening examples and case studies, the book reveals practical methods for incorporating enterprise project governance into your company’s culture, synchronizing it with corporate governance, and maximizing efficiency and results across all departments.
You’ll learn how to:
· Plan, structure, organize, and articulate an Enterprise Project Governance Plan.
· Ensure strategic alignment across your organization.
· Navigate from strategy to execution.
· Improve the predictability of all your project and program outcomes.
· Determine the right combination, sequence, and timing of projects and programs.
· Set expectations for your stakeholders.
· Make the C-level comfortable with the decision making process, controls, and compliance mechanisms associated with all your projects and programs.
Easy to understand and filled with down-to-earth techniques, the book is aligned with the new Risk ISO 31000 and the Project Management ISO 31000, and contains advice on being project and program compliant with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act.
Governance issues affect all the classic components of project management, including portfolios, stakeholders, programs, and support structures. Presenting a wide range of important and useful steps you and your company can take to improve enterprise performance, this essential guide provides a holistic framework for connecting all the project-related components within your organization and exceeding even your greatest expectations.
PAUL C. DINSMORE is President of Dinsmore Associates, and an internationally renowned consultant who has conducted seminars internationally on project management, change management, team building, and leadership. He has received the prestigious Fellow Award from the Project Management Institute, and is the author of books including The AMA Handbook of Project Management. He divides his time between offices in Dallas and Rio de Janeiro.
LUIZ ROCHA, Director of Projects with Dinsmore Associates, has 35 years of experience in project management, and has worked internationally with organizations including Andersen Consulting and Delloite. He lives in Rio de Janeiro and Athens, Greece.From the Back Cover:
“In the beginning we struggled to plan, schedule, and control a single project; CPM-PERT-PDM and computers started to help; then resource management matured along with program and portfolio management. PMOs and CPOs began to appear, and now, especially for those project driven organizations that depend on projects for most of their revenue, Enterprise Project Governance is emerging. This book will give the reader a comprehensive understanding of this unfolding development that bridges overarching project and operations governance and day-to-day, hands-on direction within complex organizations.”
— Russell D. Archibald, PMI and IPMA Fellow;
author of Managing High-Technology Programs and Projects
Few projects are the key to ensuring your organization’s growth and as we enter an increasingly competitive global economy, companies of all stripes are struggling to govern the multiplicity of projects needed to survive and prosper. If your organization is going to reap the potential benefit of all its efforts, it is essential that you have a system in place to artfully manage the range of simultaneous projects across your enterprise, and ensure that they correspond to your overarching company strategy.
Enterprise Project Governance combines practical, step-by-step advice and no nonsense guidance with real-life case studies and examples to reveal proven techniques for dealing with simultaneous initiatives, and ensure that programs and projects align with your company’s goals. Showing you how to devise and implement a plan for enterprise project governance that’s right for your organization, no matter what size or industry, this comprehensive book provides you with a framework for implementing critical governance processes and structures involved with all of your programs and projects. You’ll find out how to maximize efficiency and results across departments, ensure buy in from the C-suite and stakeholders, and incorporate EPG into your organization’s culture, all while contending with the challenges of changing environments, evolving technology, limited resources, regulatory requirements, and more.
Forward-thinking companies can only move forward, stay competitive, and meet their goals by successfully synchronizing all of their program and project initiatives. Filled with up to the minute guidance aligned with the new Risk ISO 31000 and the Project Management ISO 31000, and including methods for ensuring compliance with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, this is the essential guide for anyone managing multiple projects.
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