Project Management Strategy Session
In addition to training and performance development,
there are a number of factors that will impact project success in every
organization. The project strategy session is designed to help senior
management to prioritize and begin resolution of the most significant issues
impacting project success. A facilitated meeting is used to prioritize
issues and opportunities and to develop specific actions to be taken by meeting
participants before and after the session. The issues addressed include:
Project Customer Input:
The depth and frequency with which project customer input is reflected in
the definition and implementation of projects.
The way project players are physically positioned in the organization and
the systems that allow information about projects to be captured, stored,
manipulated and shared.
Project Capacity: The
availability of sufficient human resources and supplies to successfully
execute all targeted projects.
The way that projects are prioritized (formal and/or informal) will impact
resource availability and the way they are viewed by the organization.
Process and Language for
Projects: When the focus on projects evolves on its own, a
tendency for many processes and languages emerges within the same
Selection and Evaluation:
The degree to which people are hired and evaluated based on their ability to
manage and/or contribute to projects.
This represents what happens to people as a result of doing (or not doing)
what is expected on projects.
Training: The degree to
which people are provided the opportunity to learn and use the skills
necessary for ensuring successful projects.
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