In this short vodcast (from our partners at CC Learning in Brisbane) Elissa Farrow, a trainer at CC Learning, talks about Implementing P3O® within an organisation. Specifically she discusses the hub and spoke model of Portfolio, program and project offices.
We hope you find it useful!
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This month you can get a copy of Management of Portfolios (MoP®) and P3O® (as well as all other AXELOS publications available from TSO) at a 25% discount, please contact us for more details.
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Here is an excellent vodcast about the 5 key principles of MoP® from our partners in Australia, CC Learning.
Hope you enjoy!
No organisation can successfully deliver programmes and projects without an effective framework. Our work on developing the maturity model P3M3® and undertaking assessments of over 100 organisations enabled us to review a wide range of processes, guidance and tools that are used across a range of sectors.
- Incomplete frameworks with inadequate lifecycles
- Frameworks that replicate manuals and basic theory but add no value
- Roles and responsibilities that are generic, confusing or conflicting
- Themes, such as risk, that are not connected to the lifecycle or sit in isolation
- Generic role definitions with no application of the responsibilities
- Templates that bear no resemblance to the lifecycle or processes
- Little connection between programme and project management systems
- Portfolio Management frameworks that fail to address balancing priorities
To overcome this we developed our own Align Framework® and offer it as a fully supported package. If you would like to find out more about the Align Framework®, click here
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Here is the video of the presentation Rod Sowden (Aspire Europe Ltd. Managing Director and lead author of the current versions of MSP® and P3M3®) recently gave at the PMIQLD April Chapter Event. The presentation was on – Expert insights into the European market for project, program and portfolio management.
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Aspire Europe offer a range of training solutions to support organisations in delivering their change effectively, many of our courses offer formal qualifications that are unique to Aspire Europe Ltd to help motivate and recognise the achievements of your teams.
Training is only one element of raising your capability and improving performance, the proof of the pudding is whether the new skills and knowledge is put into action back in the business. A maturity assessment to identify your strengths and weaknesses and using training as a vehicle to underpin improvements is an essential element of the improvement mix. We can offer a skills matrix for each of the key roles in change to help you target your training, and can conduct a maturity assessment using P3M3® to provide you with a baseline.
View our complete course summary here
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One of our team recently dialled in to this new webinar from APM delivered by Eileen Roden and Simon George.
The webinar shows you how the PMO function has been accounted for in the new framework and demonstrates how the framework:
- Enables you to identify strengths and development needs to support your career progression
- Provides you with clearly defined competences with outcome focused performance indicators
- Can be used by PMOs and PMO professionals (source APM)
They had this to say after attending it – It was interesting to learn about the roles and responsibility within a PMO – I would very much like to work in a PMO, than be the project manager!
I wonder if everyone who attended has had that thought?