Businesses today are faced with increasing amounts of change. This could be as a result of introducing new technology or perhaps a market disruption. Or it may be as a result of a recent acquisition or merger. It could also be a transition to a new business model, for example the introduction of a new service or product.
Increasingly both public and private organisations are recognising the value of improving how they manage multiple projects. At the same time they are also considering how they to best restructure their businesses and establishing the right culture to meet growing customer needs and expectations.
Most organisations will have multiple projects running concurrently, perhaps using shared or overlapping resources, and sometimes in very different geographical locations. It is a fact that many organisations are not fully aware of the potential benefits that can be realised from improving the programme management of these often disparate multi-skilled and multi-located teams.
Programme and change management is a way to control projects, by providing a consistent methodology and reporting structure to ensure the right management information is produced that helps managers to fully understand the status and health of the organisations portfolio of projects.
- Improved realisation of project benefits that support programme outcomes
- An aligned and agile organisation that is able and ready to respond to change
- Clear management information / dashboard that support the delivery of business strategy
- A governance procedure that is aligned to the delivery of the businesses objectives
Typical Services might include:
- Support with developing and setting up of the right Programme Management Office (PMO)
- Providing support with defining artefacts, document library and management dashboard
- Establishing a baseline programme and planning and operating framework
- Understanding the maturity of the PMO and establishing improvement plans
Optimise4 have many years of experience supporting clients in the delivery of complex projects and programmes: