Projects

The in-practice ”How”.

A project is ”a piece of planned work or an activity which is done over a period of time and intended to achieve a particular purpose”. (Cambridge dictionary)

A formalised way to conduct a series of activities/tasks using a project management model (e.g. waterfall, PERT, agile, scrum), in order to accomplish a unique (one-time) transformation. (Wikipedia)

In order to be able to run effective projects an organisation needs to have project management office in place. The PM office team decides what model should be used for projects, and is responsible for the project management software needed. Running many projects at the same time makes the PM office an program management office.

Dictionary

Mission-vision2
Tasks/activities

Mission

Vision

Strategy

Guidelines

Objectives/goals

Projects

Processes

Core values

Organisational culture

Customer Value Proposition

Employee Value Proposition

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