Friday 11 February 2022

Organization-level project management

In reality, an organization is often not only a project in development, there may be multiple projects, project portfolios at the same time, how to optimize the allocation of resources, to achieve the organization's project management, is a kind of organization's ability.


1. organizational-level project management refers to the specific implementation

 of the strategic actions of the organization under the guidance of the organizational strategy, and the project management of the organization from multiple aspects such as business management, organizational structure, and personnel allocation.

2. organizational-level project management is to build a framework system

 for achieving best practices in single project management, project set management, and project portfolio management within the organization. three levels of strategic goal drivers are called organizational governance.

3. the three purposes of organizational project management:

(1) guide the organization's investment decisions and appropriate investment portfolio to achieve the optimal allocation of organizational resources.

(2) provide a transparent organizational decision-making mechanism to rationalize and standardize the process of organizational project management.

(3) improve the possibility of achieving the desired return on investment, and strengthen the systematic and scientific control of organizational projects.

4. organizational project management framework content:

(1) Best practices: divided into two categories: smci (standardization, measurement, control and continuous improvement); best practices in the operational potential of the organization

(2) organizational ability: use qualification, ability system



pmi defines it as a way to assess an organization's ability to implement its own strategic goals by managing individual and portfolio projects, and it is also a tool to help organizations improve their competitiveness in the marketplace.  is a 3d model that includes:

(1) first dimension: four steps of maturity

1) standardization

2) measurable

3) controllable

4) continuous improvement

(2) second dimension: ten areas of project management and five basic processes

1) overall management, scope management. schedule management, cost management, quality management, risk management, human resource management, communication management, stakeholder management, procurement management

2) start process, plan process, execution process, monitoring process, finishing process

(3) third dimension: the three layers of organizational-level project management

1) single project management
2) project set management (same goal)
3) portfolio management (different objectives)


the goal of  is to provide a fundamental approach to developing an organization's project management capabilities and to tie the organization's internal projects closely to the organization's own strategy.  also gives reference to the criteria as a self-assessment tool to determine the current state of the organization and to develop improvement plans.

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