Article: Enterprise Project Management and Do-It-Yourself

Article: Enterprise Project Management and Do-It-Yourself The Do-It-Yourself movement has some people making big savings by buying materials and tools at low cost and doing their own home renovations.  This has spawned a generation of people who are sure they can do almost any home renovation themselves.  However, just coming home with the lumber and […]

Article: Enterprise Project Management

Article: Enterprise Project Management Once you’ve committed to manage your projects organizationally, you’ll need to turn your attention to the systems that will support that commitment and the changes in process and corporate culture that working across the enterprise will require.  This article looks at some basic building blocks of your first epm deployment.

Article: Contract Management – key to projects

Article: ontract Management – key to projects If your project management environment involves sub-contractors of any kind or deliveries that will come from external suppliers, then contract management has to be part of your epm process.  What should be considered when implementing Contract management in an epm environment?  We’ll look at that in this article.

Article: Being a CPO in a BPR environment

Article: Chief Project Officer in a Business Process Reingineering environment New CPO’s are often created as part of re-engineering the processes of the organization.  It’s a tough place to start because the impetus for changing the business’s processes are already well underway and yet ripe with opportunities to make a dramatic change in the way […]

Article: “I don’t get no respect”

“I don’t get no respect” was Rodney Dangerfield’s signature line and with its passing, Chief Project Officers seem to have lost their spokesman. How does a CPO get the respect he or she will no doubt require in order to effect cultural change in the project management environment of an organization? I talk about it in this article.