How many frameworks are too many?
For many enterprises and fast-growing organisations, you may be using a combination of – PRINCE2, Agile, Scrum, Kanban, Waterfall; to name but a few. This may be in addition to variations from the documented standards.
This approach is understandable – each line of business, or department may be using whatever suits them and the types of project they are running. For example, a manufacturing department may be well-versed in Lean, whereas the newly formed development team have adopted Agile.
More often than not however, projects aren’t performed in isolation and will instead form part of a larger cross-functional and business-wide programmes. This is where challenges start to present themselves:
How do you manage change consistently across the organisation?
Who makes decisions, when are they made? How are they communicated?
Are programmes transparently aligned to business objectives?
How is current project status reported? Are teams left feeling disenfranchised?
Ensuring your project success.
It’s not often in IT that you’ll hear multiple, non-standardised approaches recommended. However, DMSG has developed a project management lifecycle that enables multiple project methodologies to be run concurrently and successfully across organisations whilst maintaining consistency and control.
DMSG’s approach helps ensure, from a risk and compliance perspective, the right questions (and subsequent decisions) and checks occur at the right time.
Drive a consistent approach to project and change management.
Facilitate transparent project and programme communications, enabling a uniform approach to decision making across the organisations.
Align and communicate business and programme objectives
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