Advanced Project Portfolio Management and the PMO: Multiplying ROI at Warp Speed / Edition 1

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781932159028
  • Publisher: Ross, J. Publishing, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 9/28/2005
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 440
  • Sales rank: 1,405,814
  • Product dimensions: 6.20 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 1.20 (d)

Table of Contents

Pt. I Setting the Stage for a Successful PMO Implementation
Ch. 1 Introduction - Building a PMO That Executives Embrace 3
Ch. 2 The Right People, the Right Tools, the Right Data, the Wrong Result - Why PMO Implementations Fail 23
Ch. 3 What Is a PMO and What Should a High Value PMO Do? 39
Ch. 4 Moving Project Management from the Cost Model to the Throughput Model 55
Pt. II Strategic Planning - Choosing the Right Project Mix
Ch. 5 Strategic Planning - The Number One Reason for Project Manager Stress 69
Ch. 6 Applying Deming, Goldratt, and Six Sigma to Systems Thinking 79
Ch. 7 The Eight Major Subsystems that Strategic Planning and Project Management Must Address 93
Ch. 8 The 4 x 4 Approach to Strategic Planning 117
Ch. 9 The Right Marketing Projects 135
Ch. 10 Securing the Future - The 10-Year Advantage Via Theory of Constraints 145
Pt. III The PMO in Detail
Ch. 11 The Governance Board and Prioritization Management 155
Ch. 12 Linking Project Progress to Strategic Objectives - The Executive Radar Screen 175
Ch. 13 Delivery Management and Acceleration 191
Ch. 14 Project Portfolio Management 207
Ch. 15 Resource Portfolio Management 241
Ch. 16 Asset Portfolio Management 253
Ch. 17 Managing the Multi-Project Environment - The Critical Chain Approach 259
Ch. 18 Reducing Negative Human Behavior 273
Ch. 19 PMO Organization Models 283
Ch. 20 PMO Roles and Responsibilities 295
Ch. 21 Inputs and Outputs to a PMO 303
Ch. 22 PMO Measurement System 315
Ch. 23 EPM Tools and Their Value on Project Delivery 327
Ch. 24 PMO, PMI, and the PMBOK 339
Pt. IV Implementing a PMO
Ch. 25 The Executive Proposal in Detail 345
Ch. 26 Obtaining Executive Buy-In 359
Ch. 27 The PMO Value Proposition Maturity Model - Where Is Your PMO? 371
Ch. 28 The Road Map to Implementing a PMO Executives Will Embrace 383
Ch. 29 Sustaining the PMO Value - Moving From the Supply Side to the Market Side 405
Ch. 30 Conclusions 413
App. A The PMO Maturity Model 417
Bibliography 423
Index 425
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