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  • The journey to an enterprise project management office member content open

    By Millhollan, Chuck By creating a project management office (PMO), organizations can more effectively realize the projects that can enhance their capability to compete in today's challenging economic environment. This…

  • Mastering resource management member content open

    By Crawford, J. Kent Managing resources are one of the most pressing challenges now facing organizations. This paper examines a process that can help organizations assess resource management practices, identify critical…

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    Improving organizational project management maturity member content open

    By Sopko, Joseph A. | Husemeier, Siegfried This paper examines how Siemens applied practical methods and models to improve its organizational project management maturity (OPMM).

  • Delivering successful projects--every time member content open

    By Kumar, Victoria S. Research has shown that project success stems from specific elements. This paper examines four major contributors to project success--managing requirements, using a formal methodology, adopting…

  • What research is telling us about PMOs member content open

    By Hobbs, J. Brian | Aubry, Monique An increasing number of organizations have established PMOs to help them introduce and standardize project management across their enterprises. But research has shown that most PMOs are usually…

  • To PMO or not to PMO? That is the question! member content open

    By Spalek, Seweryn J. Because a great number of project management offices (PMOs) fail, executives have long debated the value of investing in PMOs. This paper describes how organizations can effectively launch and…

  • Rigor without rigidity: how to achieve balance in the next generation PMO member content open

    By Duggal, Jack S. A successful project management office (PMO) is dynamic and flexible. Integrating these into the same unit is, however, a difficult challenge. This paper examines how project professionals can…

  • In the pursuit of the elusive: showing PMO value! member content open

    By Duggal, Jack S. Showing the value that a project management office (PMO) can generate is a challenging task. But a vital one that not only helps a PMO survive but also thrive, especially in today's climate of…

  • Knowledge is power member content open

    By Boehringer, Heidi W. Many organizations routinely identify and organize the lessons they learn on projects. But too often, these organizations then store their lessons learned in knowledgebases that are very…

  • Speeding product development time-to-market with OPM3, ISO, and CMMI member content open

    By Scott, Mark | Schlichter, John By using professional standards, organizations can not only improve performance but also advance the maturity of their processes and practices. This paper examines how one technology company--the…

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