Farewell to project management’s voice of reason
“I first met Jed Simms when a distant journalist acquaintance called up and said I should meet a dynamic duo who were going to revolutionise benefits and value management in projects…” Editor Adeline Teoh pays homage to the late benefits expert, Jed Simms.
Measuring the value of a program management office
Many organisations have contemplated or implemented program management as a means of managing interrelated projects with varying degrees of success. PM Oracles explains how to measure the value of a program management office.
10 ways the Iron Triangle destroys project success
There is an assumption that the Iron Triangle/Triple Constraint measures of ‘on time, on budget, to specification’ are benign but use of these measures actively enables and inadvertently encourages the destruction of business value, argues Jed Simms.
Project procurement and identifying value
In a buying decision only two elements really matter: acquiring the goods or services you need and the price you pay. Dr Lynda Bourne imparts some advice to project team members tasked with procurement to see the real value in a proposition.