Advanced Project Portfolio Management and the PMO : Multiplying ROI at Warp Speed


Advanced Project Portfolio Management and the PMO : Multiplying ROI at Warp Speed

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 448 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9781932159028
  • DDC分類 332.6

Full Description

Official reference material for the Portfolio Management Professional (PfMP) Credential Examination! This comprehensive book presents a road map for the achievement of high value enterprise strategies and superior project management results. It provides methods for best project selection, faster completion, optimal project portfolio management, and how to explicitly measure the PMO for rapidly increasing project ROI. The Project/Program Management Office (PMO) is the fastest growing concept in project management today and is key to effective implementation of project management across the organization. To keep pace with customer expectations, competition, and economic conditions in the fast-paced global economy, organizations must do more using fewer resources. Advanced Project Portfolio Management and the PMO shows you how to turn your PMO into a value machine.

Table of Contents

  Part I: Setting the Stage for a Successful
PMO Implementation
Introduction --- Building a PMO That 3 (20)
Executives Embrace
The Right People, the Right Tools, the 23 (16)
Right Data, the Wrong Result --- Why PMO
Implementations Fail
What Is a PMO and What Should a High Value 39 (16)
Moving Project Management from the Cost 55 (14)
Model to the Throughput Model
Part II: Strategic Planning --- Choosing the
Right Project Mix
Strategic Planning --- The Number One 69 (10)
Reason for Project Manager Stress
Applying Deming, Goldratt, and Six Sigma to 79 (14)
Systems Thinking
The Eight Major Subsystems that Strategic 93 (24)
Planning and Project Management Must Address
The 4 x 4 Approach to Strategic Planning 117(18)
The Right Marketing Projects 135(10)
Securing the Future --- The 10-Year 145(10)
Advantage Via Theory of Constraints
Part III: The PMO in Detail
The Governance Board and Prioritization 155(20)
Linking Project Progress to Strategic 175(16)
Objectives --- The Executive Radar Screen
Delivery Management and Acceleration 191(16)
Project Portfolio Management 207(34)
Resource Portfolio Management 241(12)
Asset Portfolio Management 253(6)
Managing the Multi-Project Environment --- 259(14)
The Critical Chain Approach
Reducing Negative Human Behavior 273(10)
PMO Organization Models 283(12)
PMO Roles and Responsibilities 295(8)
Inputs and Outputs to a PMO 303(12)
PMO Measurement System 315(12)
EPM Tools and Their Value on Project 327(12)
PMO, PMI, and the PMBOKR 339(6)
Part IV: Implementing a PMO
The Executive Proposal in Detail 345(14)
Obtaining Executive Buy-In 359(12)
The PMO Value Proposition Maturity Model 371(12)
--- Where Is Your PMO?
The Road Map to Implementing a PMO 383(22)
Executives Will Embrace
Sustaining the PMO Value --- Moving From 405(8)
the Supply Side to the Market Side
Conclusions 413(4)
Appendix A The PMO Maturity Model 417(6)
Bibliography 423(2)
Index 425