What if the CEOs find out?

the strategic positioning of project management

This stand-alone article is part of a series about MOBP—Managing Organizations By Projects (also referred to as Modern Project Management, Management of Projects, Managing by Projects, and Corporate Project Management). It’s the across-the-board application of project management techniques to company projects, large and small. MOBP means that the project mindset permeates the company in all areas—marketing, engineering, quality, strategic planning, human resources, organizational change, corporate management—and that people are conversant with and competent at using project management methods in their work. This column focuses on the strategic positioning of project management for organizations moving toward MOBP.
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