STRATEGIC PLANNING FOR PROJECT MANAGEMENT USING A PROJECT MANAGEMENT MATURITY MODEL

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STRATEGIC PLANNING FOR PROJECT MANAGEMENT USING A PROJECT MANAGEMENT MATURITY MODEL

Contents:
  • The Need for Strategic Planning for Project Management
  • Impact of Economic Conditions of Project Management
  • Principles of Strategic Planning
  • An Introduction to the Project Management Maturity Model
  • Level 1: Common Language
  • Level 2: Common Processes
  • Level 3: Singular Methodology
  • Level 4: Benchmarking
  • Level 5: Continuous Improvement
  • Sustainable Competitive Advantage
  • Special Problems with Strategic Planning for Project Management


This book is broken down into two major parts. The first part, Chapters 1 to
3, discusses the principles of strategic planning and how it relates to project management.
The second part, Chapters 4 to 10, details the project management maturity
model (PMMM), which will provide organizations with general guidance
on how to perform strategic planning for project management. The various levels,
or stages of development, for achieving project management maturity, and the accompanying
assessment instruments, can be used to validate how far along the
maturity curve the organization has progressed. The PMMM has been industry
validated. One large company requires that, each month, managers and executives
take the assessment instrument exams and then verify that progress toward maturity
is taking place from reporting period to reporting period.
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