How Can We Help?

Search for answers or browse our knowledge base.

Documentation | Demos | Support

< All Topics
Print

Project, Programme and Portfolio Governance

In this session we hear from the co-author of the new book Project, Programme and Portfolio Governance – Ross Garland.
P3G is the framework an organisation establishes to enable effective investment decision making.
Project, Programme and Portfolio GovernanceIn this session we look at how to establish an effective governance framework for a project, programme or entire portfolio. A perfect text for anyone currently working in or managing a PMO.
P3G is the framework an organisation establishes to enable effective investment decision making and the PMO has a great role to play in that.
Ross has previously spoken at our PMO Conferences and in this session we get the opportunity to learn more about the themes covered in Project, Programme and Portfolio Governance and look at that through the PMO lens, and the role of the PMO in establishing P3M governance on behalf of the organisation along with raising the flag when it isn’t in place or isn’t working/ being upheld.
The book itself has been written for practitioners so we can expect lots of practical take aways from this pragmatic and scalable approach to governance in change delivery organisations.
To find out more about the book itself, please visit TSO
Take a look at the session recording, the deck and the scribbled notes below.
We loved the principles approach to governance which works perfectly for any organisation because its not meant to be prescriptive or a tight framework because that wouldn’t work what with every organisation being different. If you too like the principles approach, check out the PMO principles too.
 

The Recorded Session

 

 

The Slidedeck

 

 

The Scribbles

>> Click to download the PDF

Was this article helpful?
0 out of 5 stars
5 Stars 0%
4 Stars 0%
3 Stars 0%
2 Stars 0%
1 Stars 0%
Please Share Your Feedback
How Can We Improve This Article?
Previous PMO Lab: Driving Executive Business Decisions
Table of Contents