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Implementing Organizational Project Management.

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Institute, Project Management.
Publication:
Newtown Square, PA : Project Management Institute, 2014.
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Project management.
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Contents:
Intro
Title Page
Copyright Page
Notice
Table of Contents
List of Table and Figures
Preface
1 - Introduction to the Practice Guide
1.1 - Overview of OPM Basics
1.2 - Intended Audience for this Practice Guide
1.3 - Benefits of OPM to the Organization
1.4 - OPM Essentials for Implementation
1.5 - OPM Fit with the Organization's Business Model
1.6 - Tailoring the Approach to Implementing OPM Core Processes in an Organization
1.7 - How to use this Practice Guide
1.7.1 - This Practice Guide and Related PMI Publications
1.7.2 - How this Guide is Organized
1.8 - Summary
2 - How to Prepare for an OPM Implementation
2.1 - Assess Readiness for OPM Implementation
2.1.1 - Step 1-Determine Commitment to Critical Success Factors
2.1.1.1 - Sustained Leadership
2.1.1.2 - Continuous Improvement
2.1.1.3 - Organizational Change Management
2.1.2 - Step 2-Determine Feasibility
2.1.2.1 - Share OPM Information
2.1.2.2 - Evaluate Current Organizational State
2.1.3 - Step 3-Propose the OPM Business Case
2.2 - Next Steps-Form the OPM Implementation Team
2.3 - Summary
3 - How to Implement and Improve OPM
3.1 - Discovery and Analysis
3.1.1 - Understand the Organization's Strategy and Project Management Practices
3.1.2 - Identify Future State
3.1.3 - Perform Gap Analysis
3.2 - Implementation Roadmap
3.2.1 - Identify and Prioritize Initiatives
3.2.2 - Develop Implementation Roadmap
3.3 - Implementation
3.3.1 - Develop Implementation Plan
3.3.2 - Pilot and Implement OPM
3.3.3 - Realize Benefits
3.4 - Continuous Improvement
3.5 - Summary
3.5.1 - Discovery and Analysis
3.5.2 - Implementation Roadmap
3.5.3 - Implementation
3.5.4 - Continuous Improvement
4 - How to Implement the Core-Enabling Processes
4.1 - Strategic Alignment.
4.1.1 - How to Plan and Implement Strategic Alignment
4.1.2 - Foundational Strategic Alignment
4.1.3 - Improved Strategic Alignment
4.1.4 - KPIs for Strategic Alignment
4.2 - Organizational Project Management Methodology
4.2.1 - How to Plan and Implement an Organizational Project Management Methodology
4.2.2 - Foundational Organizational Project Management Methodology
4.2.2.1 - Project Management Implementation
4.2.3 - Improve Existing Organizational Project Management Methodology
4.2.3.1 - Program Management Implementation
4.2.3.2 - Portfolio Management Implementation
4.2.4 - Project Management Methodology KPIs
4.3 - Governance
4.3.1 - How to Plan and Implement Governance
4.3.2 - Foundational OPM Governance
4.3.3 - Improved OPM Governance
4.3.4 - Key Performance Indicators for OPM Governance
4.4 - Competency Management
4.4.1 - How to Plan and Implement OPM Competency Management
4.4.2 - Foundational OPM Competency Management
4.4.3 - Improved OPM Competency Management
4.4.4 - KPIs for OPM Competency Management
4.5 - Summary
4.5.1 - Strategic Alignment
4.5.2 - Organizational Project Management Methodology
4.5.3 - Governance
4.5.4 - Competency Management
5 - How to Develop a Tailored Organizational Project Management Methodology
5.1 - Introduction
5.2 - Developing the Methodology
5.3 - Identify Types of Projects
5.4 - Identify Inputs
5.5 - Identify Constraints
5.6 - Identify Resources
5.7 - Develop and Document the Methodology
5.8 - Derive Output
5.9 - Conduct Continuous Improvement
5.10 - Monitor Key Performance Indicators
5.11 - Repeat for each of the Different Types of Projects
5.12 - Summary
5.12.1 - Developing a Tailored Project Management Methodology.
Appendix X1 - Contributors and Reviewers of Implementing Organizational Project Management: A Practice Guide
X1.1 - Core Committee
X1.2 - Review Team
X1.3 - Subject Matter Expert Reviewers
X1.4 - PMI Standards Member Advisory Group (MAG)
X1.5 - PMI Production Staff
Appendix X2 - An Overview of OPM3® Organizational Enablers and Mapping to this Practice Guide
Appendix X3 - Recommended Survey Questions Regarding Implementation of OPM Initiatives
X3.1 - Questions Relating to Implementation of Critical Success Factors (See Section 2.1 - Assess Readiness for OPM Implementation)
X3.1.1 - Sustained Leadership
X3.1.2 - Continuous Improvement
X3.1.3 - Organizational Change Management
X3.2 - Questions Relating to General Readiness for OPM Initiatives
X3.3 - Questions Relating to the Implementation of Core-Enabling Processes
X3.3.1 - Strategic Alignment
X3.3.2 - Organizational Project Management Methodology
X3.3.3 - Governance
X3.3.4 - Competency Management
References
Additional Recommended Reading
Glossary.
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Local notes:
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2021. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Other format:
Print version: Institute, Project Management Implementing Organizational Project Management: A Practice Guide
ISBN:
9781628250824
9781628250350
OCLC:
952029472