Organizations facing continual change in order to survive and grow need to keep up to date. Change programs are necessary to remain innovative and to stay in contact with the market and the clients. Many organizations use programmes and projects to deliver new or changed business capabilities. But only with effective management the results of these programmes will be successful.
Management of Portfolios (MoP)
Management of Portfolios provides an overview of portfolio management, the principles upon which it is based, some of the techniques used, and how you can get started and sustain progress. It advices on and shows examples of how to apply principles, practices, and techniques that help optimize an organization’s investment in change.
Managing Successful Programmes (MSP)
The MSP® framework enables organizations to realize their strategy and gain measurable benefits from business change. It provides program managers with a practical road map from conception to close for all types of programs that benefit stakeholders, the business, and the bottom line by defining a series of processes, components and techniques.
Manageing Successful Projects with PRINCE2
Companies and organizations often have difficulty organizing projects efficiently, resulting in increased costs, delays and failures. The time constraints, risks and complexity of many projects puts pressure on project managers and team members. PRINCE2, the default standard for project management, is the solution to take projects to a higher level.
An extension to the PRINCE2 exam program is PRINCE2 Agile™ Practitioner, which blends the best of PRINCE2 and agile methods by focusing at the interactions between the two approaches and how each needs to be adapted to accommodate the other. It Combines the control of PRINCE2, with the agility of Agile.
Management of Value (MoV)
Management of Value® provides a systematic method to define what value means for organizations, and to communicate it clearly to maximize value across portfolios, programs, projects and operations. It reflects the organization's strategic objectives on portfolio level and sets the agenda for the program that delivers these objectives which, in turn, define the projects undertaken to achieve the required outputs.
Management of Risk (M_o_R)
Management of Risk (M_o_R®) offers a framework that contains all activities needed to identify, assess and prioritize any type of risk which may have an impact on the achievement of your organization’s objectives from different perspectives: strategic, project, program and operational. It provides advice on how the principles, approach and processes should be embedded, reviewed and applied. Guidance, recommended approaches and checklists are offered, but also pointers towards tools and techniques. Topics such as Business Continuity Management, Security, Program/Project Risk Management and Operational Service Management are included.
Portfolio, Programme and Project Offices (P30)
Project, Program and Portfolio Management Office: a department for the purpose of the standardization of methodologies, processes and tools that support the various programmes and projects. The P3O® framework offers guidance in setting up such an office.
The P3O framework enables management to make well informed decisions on strategic alignment, prioritization, risk management, optimization of resources and other key factors needed to successfully meet their business objectives. Due to the clear roles and responsibilities, issues, risks and changes are effectively dealt with. Potential opportunities are sooner identified as are upcoming changes to strategy, business issues or delays.