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Project Management Methodology Implementation

 Do you have a methodology & Is your methodology agile enough to meet business demands? 

Methodology Development

ACTS can develop methodology and process to meet your organization's needs by taking into account the size of your project portfolio, complexity and duration of projects/programs, and your current operational model (are you growing or are you contracting). It's important to have the right level of process, associated with the appropriate artifacts and tools, to enable your project teams to deliver. There's no need to start from scratch. We will evaluate the current state of your processes and utilization across your organization. Our expert consultants come equipped with a toolkit of processes, forms, and templates to draw from that can be used to subsidize what you already have. The key is to have the right level of process to maintain control and deliver projects in an expedient manner.

Methodology Deployment

The deployment of the methodology is not a one-time effort. Once you have a process and artifacts developed, they must be deployed. Different methods can be used to deploy new processes and standards within an organization. Some examples are classroom training, workshops, and lunch and learn. Coaches are highly recommended to work alongside Project and Program Managers in a group setting or on a one-on-one basis to ensure that the methodology is properly put into practice. To support natural attrition within an organization, we can provide a new hire orientation process to make transitions smoother.

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The Seven Steps Proces we have used that delivers results 1. Identify project needs: The first step in implementing a project management methodology is to identify the project needs and objectives. This includes gathering information on the scope of the project, the resources needed, the timeline and any other relevant information. 2. Select a methodology: Once the needs and objectives of the project have been identified, the next step is to select the most appropriate methodology. This involves researching the various project management methodologies available and selecting one that meets the individual project needs. 3. Communicate the plan: Once the project management methodology has been selected, the next step is to communicate the plan to the project team. This may include a project charter or other document that outlines the details of the project, including the timeline, resources, and any other pertinent information. 4. Establish project management tools: Establishing project management tools is an important step in the implementation of the project management methodology. These tools may include project management software, spreadsheets, or any other tools that can help the team to track progress and ensure the project is completed on time and on budget. 5. Monitor progress: The next step is to monitor progress and ensure the project is on track. This may involve tracking the timeline and resources, as well as any changes to the scope of the project. 6. Make adjustments: As the project progresses, adjustments may need to be made to the project management methodology. This may include changing the timeline, adding or removing resources, or adjusting the scope of the project. 7. Evaluate performance: The final step in implementing a project management methodology is to evaluate the performance of the project. This may involve assessing the success of the project and the team’s performance. It may also include looking at any areas that need improvement and making changes to the project management methodology as needed.

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Deploying a New PMO

The first step ACTS takes in deploying a PMO is to assess the current environment and develop a deployment road-map incorporating your organization’s culture and operating practices. We will work with you to identify, prioritize, and establish a set of fundamental PMO functions and services. Deployment includes establishing governance standards, developing the PMO Charter and communications plan, identifying resource needs and performance measures, incorporating the right amount of repeatable delivery processes to fit your culture, and improving the competencies of your staff through training and mentoring. Emphasis is on the PMO providing an organizational entity focused on improving the management of your portfolio

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