Too Many Projects, No Results
Do you know your capacity for change?
Lots of projects get started, few get completed, and worse yet, no one knows which are the most important. Project proliferation combined with vague priorities will, at the very least, challenge any change efforts of an organization. At the very worst, it could derail them.
Are you experiencing this?
- Little control over how projects are initiated
- No sense of the relative importance or benefits of different projects
- Organizational bandwidth for project delivery is maxed out
- Focus is weak on critical tasks
- Resistance to halt non-performing projects.
How are you doing against these measures?
|Number of projects in progress||Delivery of measurable strategic objectives||Total project expense|
Clearly articulate and prioritize your strategic objectives—then develop a portfolio of projects that will deliver the expected results.
World-class project management is achieved in organizations that are structured to support project work and focus resources on the “right” projects.
An audit of your existing project management processes and culture will identify disconnects so that a faster, leaner, and more effective approach can be deployed.