Many organizations have attempted implementing methodologies which often results in spending lots of money, time and effort with little return, while the original intent was to increase project success. They find out that the new methodology was unstable for particular projects, the organization or their level of project management maturity. The organization’s project management communities or PMO buy different tools and use different systems to support project delivery. The tool variety creates task duplication and complex supporting processes. In some cases, they use applications that are too enterprise-level or too basic for supporting project management practices. This session is designed to provide practical insight into how to plan, action and ensure your tools and methodologies are fit for purpose, using business analysis techniques and knowledge.
PMI Talent Triangle: Ways of Working (Technical Project Management) [0.5 PDU]