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Implementing Organizational Project Management: A Practice Guide

Implementing Organizational Project Management

A growing number of organizations have embraced organizational project management (OPM) to increase performance and achieve a competitive advantage in the marketplace. Research shows that a successful OPM strategy depends upon a strong project management methodology that aligns organizational goals across the portfolio of projects.

A effective methodology provides for a standardized approach that is organization- or situation- specific and encourages efficient use of resources so your company can focus on its most important tasks — leading, innovating, and delivering products and services. The lack of a strong methodology could lead to project or program failure.

Implementing Organizational Project Management integrates globally-accepted best practices and takes a practical approach to help your organization assess, refine and improve its performance.

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