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Our governance framework is built on our core principes. Through years of leasons learned from other program of work and industries best practice, Having clear roles and Responsibilities means that our [DELICATE] core foundation is built on:
Regular Reporting and updates
Why a regular progress reporting matters for project?A weekly progress report is a tool for staying on top of the most important things that are going on in your team. In-person interactions such as one-on-ones are crucial, but having a written summary of the things your team and stakeholders views as most important can be just as valuable. Other important factors include the length of the report and whether the content is to the point. Most points should be able to be covered in a sentence or two, covering:
Tracking and Monitoring
Why is tracking and monitoring your project is so important?In order to ensure that a project is making progress and on track to deliver, there needs to be a mechanism to monitor progress. Without this, a sponsor and organisation will be placing blind faith that the project will deliver what has been specified, by the agreed date and within the allocated budget. The report must provide a clear and accurate statement of the project status as at the date of the report. It should also include a direct and informative executive statement (“elevator speech”) that conveys the status, any key issues / risks causing a status other than Green together with required action.
Does consistency in a project matter?When something is consistent – even something as mundane as a daily meeting or a reporting being sent out at the same time, we come to depend and rely on that consistency without realising it.
Having a PMO governance and structure enforces the companies rules, policies, procedures and standards to be in place. It focuses on making clear and precise decision making process along with promoting empowerment to focus on doing the right things.
In order for a PMO governance to be effective, it has to be progmatic without the bureaucracy whilst still being realistic on key deliverables, both entry and exit criteria's. It's about protecting the brand name reputation, commitment and capacity to succeed in all aspect of the project delivery life cycle.