Here are some examples of business problems that Clients have asked us to help them with, and the approaches we have used to tackle them.
Project Portfolio level
- Staying inside a reduced portfolio budget by improving financial control:
Monitoring forecast and actual spend to uncover hidden contingency
- Reducing funding request rejection by improving quality of submissions:
Speeding up delivery and improving governance at the same time
- Increasing transparency of project cost performance against budget:
Enabling each stakeholder to keep an eye on their own area of interest
- Improving predictability of delivery with financial framework:
Getting a grip on project finances and ensuring suppliers get paid
- Improving delivery with a dynamic schedule using a template:
Helping a project team to improve quality and predictability based on delivery experience
- Keeping projects on time and on budget by keeping project changes in check:
Introducing a process to assess the impact of a proposed change, and sort good from bad
The Pragmatic PMO approach…
We ensure there is just enough structure (in terms of process and documentation) in place to make sure things are being done robustly and justifiably, but not so much that it interferes with Getting Things Done.
If you would like the benefit of the Pragmatic PMO approach, then take a look at our PMO services overview or why not schedule a free 30-minute consultation and let’s work out how we can help you.