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New approaches to major public projects?

John Howarth

The Best Management Practice products from the UK Cabinet Office are now widely accepted across Federal and State government agencies – including P3M3®, MSP® and PRINCE2®. What is less widely known is what is being done to fundamentally change the way major government projects are run.  Read Blog Here

Training project managers in project management is dangerous

John Howarth

Your organisation wants to get better at project management. So you send all your project managers on training courses to get project management qualifications. Unfortunately this will not deliver the results you are seeking. This blog explains why, and what you can do about it. Read Blog Here

Event Wrap - P3M3 Assessment & Capability Improvement Plan Progress

Daniel Oyston

Last week, we attended an event co-hosted by the Institute of Public Administration Australia (IPAA) and the Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM) which brought together Public and Private sector to talk about how P3M3 assessments and Capability Improvement Plans are progressing. Read Blog Here

Translating a P3M3 Assessment into a Capability Improvement Plan

John Howarth
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P3 Management Maturity – Ask the cleaner

John Howarth

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Avoiding the Traps in a P3M3® Self-Assessment

Daniel Oyston

For the last two years P3M3® (Portfolio, Programme and Project Management Maturity Model) has been mandated by the Federal and Queensland State Governments for assessing the organisational capability of agencies to effectively manage ICT-enabled investments. The results have been mixed, not just in terms of how mature agencies are, but also in terms of how the assessments have been conducted.  Federal Government agencies will undergo another round of P3M3 assessments before the end of September with results to be reported to the Secretaries’ ICT Governance Board. There are a number of traps that agencies should be aware of when considering a self-assessment. 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

Capability Improvement – 5 Ways To Get The Ball Rolling

John Howarth


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P3M3 – The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

John Howarth
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Delivering the Promise

John Howarth
“As the challenges facing governments increase in complexity, the need for robust and methodical implementation becomes vital”.  Read Blog Here

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