One of the largest paradigms in project and program management is the use or lack of use of the proper fundamental principles and project technology tools. This paradigm causes laborious effort to plan, track, and be proactive on project schedule, work requirements and capacity, and project costs and prevents quality performance of projects.
There are, in fact, a number of best practices that practitioners can utilize to avoid or eliminate laborious effort, simplify the project management process, and greatly improve project and program performance. This whitepaper will summarize the major best practices in five categories—schedule; resource & capacity; integration of projects in master schedules on major, complex programs; cost; and technology.
Download the Program Management Effectiveness Whitepaper