Companies are getting “Projectified”
If you run a company selling products or services to your clients, you have to “run the business” (operations management) and “change the business” (project management). Globalization has made companies equally proficient at operations management. Project management can make a difference in beating the competition, expanding into new markets, innovating, growing, etc. Poor project management can hurt companies (Bard case). Excellent project management can boost the stock market value (Microsoft). Top managers do not need to be experts in project management. They can organize projects into Business Units, Programs, and Portfolios and, most importantly, they can trust professionals.
The CxO role in the Project Economy
What should be the role of a top manager in the project economy? For a CEO, for instance, a project is just a means to get a product, service, or result. They are more interested in operation management than in project management. How should they behave in the project economy? Should they blindly trust on self-organized teams?
PMPeople to organize Projects, Programs and Portfolios
Organizations in the project economy group projects into Business Units. PMPeople also implements the 3 management frameworks standardized by PMI® to help Project Managers, Program Managers and Portfolio Managers.
Small and Frequent Project Status Reports
Small and frequent project status reports should be a source of interaction with project stakeholders. PMPeople enhances project reporting, making quite easy for project managers to produce project status reports, and for stakeholders to read them and provide feedback.
Close more valuable projects with PMPeople
PMPeople is the tool for professional collaboration in project management. Organizations need their projects profitable, strategy aligned and value adding. Top managers do not have time to manage each project crisis. Project management should be addressed professionally. PMPeople gets organizational project maturity to the next level, in an agile way,…
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