Article: The human factor A chief project officer isn’t just about numbers and analysis, they also have to consider how any change in the project management process will be received by those it affects. This article describes a case study of a large retailer and how trying to implement Project Portfolio Management (PPM) was resisted by the very executives who had requested it.
Article: Where should you start as a Chief Project Officer? When you arrive at your new post in the boardroom, where do you get started? Here are a couple of tips at what to work on during your first 100 days on the job.
Chief Project Officer in the Boardroom Some organizations have introduced a new CxO. There is already the Chief Executive Officer, the Chief Financial Officer and even the Chief Information Officer. For some organizations there will now be the Chief Project Officer.
This article was targeted for a new category of senior executive called a Chief Project Officer. How does such an executive change a corporate culture? It can be done in the same way we think of moving a large object with a lever. Take a look at Leverage? Let’s try Structural Tension.
I wrote this overview of EPM originally as a chapter of the AMA Handbook on Project Management published by the American Management Association. It’s a good basic overview of enterprise project management and a good place to start your journey if you are considering an EPM environment.
Hi. This is Chris Vandersluis. I’ve been working in the Enterprise Project Management industry since the early 1980’s. I’ve set up EPMGuidance.com as a place to share some of the articles, tools, methodology and techniques I’ve either written or discovered over the years for anyone interested in creating, managing or improving an EPM environment. This site has been quite some time in the making so let me give you a quick tour. There are several…