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Fifteen and three-quarters

John Howarth

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Too busy fighting the war with bows and arrows to buy a rifle?

John Howarth

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Avoiding death-by-template

John Howarth

“We have to fill out reams of templates and I don’t see the value in that” – this is one of the most common criticisms levelled at project management frameworks in general, and PRINCE2® in particular. So I would like to offer some thoughts as to why this perception is so common and how to avoid ‘death-by-template’ on your project. Read Blog Here

Are We Running a Programme (or a Program) or a Project?

John Howarth

Are we running a programme or a project?  That is a common question and one that attracts an increased level of debate when there is a P3M3® assessment underway.  So I will share my thoughts and invite other people to enter the discussion based on their experiences. Read Blog Here

We Will Manage Portfolios On The Beaches…

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Have you read PM&C’s Guide to Implementation Planning?

John Howarth

In August last year, the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet, Cabinet Implementation Unit, released Guide to Implementation Planning. Read Blog Here

What makes a good P3 Community of Practice?

John Howarth

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P3M3 Training Considerations

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Good Morning and Welcome

John Howarth

“Good morning and welcome” - I’ve said it more times than I care to remember at the start of a training course. And I’ve heard it plenty of times as well. Read Blog Here

Is Less More? Towards Better Commonwealth Performance

Last month, Finance Minister Penny Wong released a discussion paper Is Less More? Towards Better Commonwealth Performance.  Read Blog Here

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