Best Practice ComparisonTom Lynam2019-12-01T22:08:59+11:00
Tanner James Best Practice Comparison
Understand and build your organisations project and program management capability
What is a best practice comparison?
The Tanner James best practice comprison is a short exercise we run with our clients, focussed on reviewing the project and program management practices of their organisation against key concepts (principles and themes) of PRINCE2®, PRINCE2 Agile® and MSP®.
This is focussed on a selection of projects or programs that are either underway or recently completed and may include a related Project or Program Management Office (PMO). A best practice comparison often extends to encompass any in-house project or program management frameworks or manuals.
The process involves one of our highly experienced consultants (trainers) talking to a selection of key stakeholders and evaluating related documents. At the conclusion, the analysis is presented back to you with practical recommendations for improvement and the opportunity for clarification and refinement.
Why use a best practice comparison?
The approach provides a valuable means for building your organisation’s project and program management capability.
It achieves this through:
Identify areas of strength
Identifying areas of strength that can be reinforced and exploited, as well as any areas of weakness or misalignment that can be improved or corrected.
Facilitating best practice adoption
Facilitating your adoption of global best practice for program and project management that is tailored in a practical way to suit the needs of your organisation.
Leveraging Tanner James coaching, training and workshop facilitation expertise with a strong focus on skills transfer to improve the program and project
Tailor your approach
Ensuring that any subsequent training or coaching that Tanner James delivers is appropriately tailored to the needs of your organisation.