White Papers

  • P3M3™ Measuring your Programme and Project Management Capability - July 2009

    It is widely accepted that well run programmes and projects represent the most efficient and effective way to deliver change and business benefit. Few organisations however, really know how well they run programmes and projects. To achieve the required understanding we need a recognised, cross-agency measure to gauge how well and organisation undertakes programme and project management.

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  • P3O® Implementing your Programme Management Office - July 2009

    If your organisation is pursuing best practice progarmme and project management then you're on the right path! However, many organisations struggle to establish these practices or fail to sustian them. In an ever more competitive business environment, where there is a need for quicker decision-making cycles, what more can you do?

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  • Best Management Practice - October 2008

    This white paper shows how Australian Federal Government, State Government and major corporations can build on their promising but basic use of Office of Government Commerce (OGC) management methods, to make them key tools for the implementation of policy and delivery of transformational strategic change.

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  • Agile Project Management

    Providing a flexible yet controlled process thatcan be used to deliver solutions, Agile ProjectManagement combines effective use of people’sknowledge together with techniques suchas iterative development and modelling toachieve tight project delivery timescales. It offersflexibility while still recognising the processesthat give project managers confidence to runtheir projects effectively.

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  • CHAMPS2

    This whitepaper takes a close look at the need for transformational change and the challenges organisations face. It highlights the importance of leadership and the need to take a visionary approach to service design

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