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Author: Jose Barato

Business, Project Economy, Project Management Office (PMO), Tools

Projects in the Cloud with PMPeople 

Most professionals are always connected. Knowledge workers are used to collaborating on objects in the cloud: they alternate their laptop, tablet, or mobile phone, to work concurrently on the same version of the document, spreadsheet, presentation, article, web design, software code, prototype, etc. No need to download, install, send, merging changes, etc. All of them working together on the same version of the truth. In the project economy, it is also time to digitize management, knowledge and interactions between people working on projects, programs, and portfolios.

Business, Funding, Organization Owner (OO), Project Economy, Project Management Office (PMO), Tools

Is your PMO producing Reports or delivering Value? 

Most PMOs are seen as internal cost centers adding bureaucracy to projects. PMPeople helps people collaborate on project management professionally, in the cloud, using different roles. PMOs can distribute many management activities, having more time for anticipating problems and delivering value. With PMPeople, the PMO can grow from being a cost center to lead the company in the Project Economy.

Management Frameworks, People

Performance Appraisal for Project Managers based on PMBOK7 

Everyone can cook, but not everyone is a cook. Our profession is no different: everyone can organize tasks, but not everyone is a project manager. Normal people –non PMP®– should be able to tell if a project manager is a good or a bad professional. PMI® published a practice standard named “Project Manager Competency Development Framework” (PMCDF), based on the processes of PMBOK5. We can anticipate the next edition of the PMCDF will be aligned to PMBOK7, implying all stakeholders will be able to check good or bad project performance on 8 performance domains.

Guide, Tools

Frequently Asked Questions on PMPeople 

In this article, you can find our answers to these questions on PMPeople. Feel free to ask more:
1) What is PMPeople tool?
2) How much does PMPeople cost?
3) What if I want to stop paying?
4) How is the upgrading process?
5) Are there any discount programs?
6) How is PMPeople tool compared with competitors?
7) Can PMPeople be used in agile organizations?

Project Economy, Project Management Office (PMO)

Startups need Professional Project Management 

Startups need good ideas, but they can only succeed if they are good in execution, while turning ideas into reality. This means they need to manage projects professionally, avoiding bureaucracy, value driven, working as self-organizing teams of people collaborating proactively. Thanks to technology available nowadays, these people can access their projects online, use specific professional project management roles.

Project Economy, Project Management Office (PMO)

In the Project Economy, everyone has a voice 

In the Project Economy, people can collaborate managing projects professionally, with project status reports, changes, risks, milestones, baselines, etc. PMPeople stands for “people collaborating on project management”. PMPeople is a freemium project portfolio management product. Organizations in the Project Economy can easily go digital with PMPeople. Get your projects professionally managed by people collaborating using different roles.

People, Project Economy, Project Management

Organizing the Project Economy 

PMPeople provides the technology for organizations to be effective in the Project Economy. In the Project Economy, projects are organized in structures enhancing specialization. On the other hand, people use different roles to collaborate effectively in the management of multiple projects, in various organizations, within different departments, in different portfolios, programs, teams, etc.

Project Economy, Project Manager (PM)

Project Manager is a Profession 

Project Management is a profession with a great future, but it must adapt to our times. Stakeholders expect the project to meet the business goals and deliver value. They don’t want us adding bureaucracy, wasting our time on paperwork, or even worse, wasting their time or team members time in meetings we should avoid. They need to know how the project is doing real time, just by getting evidence on 8 performance domains. Above all, they want the project to be predictable and to avoid crisis.

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