This advisory, as the second in the series, will address the necessary inclusions in your project management framework (PMF) and the value of developing a community of practice (COP) to ensure continuous improvement. In addition to these foundation stones of good project management, IBRS takes a pragmatic view of how the choice of methodology used for each project impacts the organisation’s approach to its PMF and the value proposition of the COP.

The key to predictable outcomes is to make sure the processes and products of your PMF are of value to both those executing the project and those overseeing the development of each capability. Too often, poor take up of an organisation’s PMF, and the subsequent increased risk of failure of a project is a result of a bureaucratic and overly complex framework. The keep it simple principle is essential so that compliance with the PMF can become routine.

Likewise, the COP is key to learning, improvement, and ownership by those involved in your organisation’s capability development and project management. An effective COP will look to improve skills, apply lessons learned, and improve the PMF processes, outputs, and tools.

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Mike Mitchelmore

About The Advisor

Mike Mitchelmore

Mike Mitchelmore is an IBRS advisor specialising in the areas of ICT strategy, program and project management, ICT service delivery and telecommunications. Mike has more than 40 years of experience in the ICT industry during which he has successfully led engagements in the design and deployment of a global telecommunications networks and IT platforms, negotiated managed telecommunications services, introduced new capabilities for call centres and consolidated ICT systems to focus on service delivery for citizen facing services. Mike has also assisted clients in ICT strategy, support planning, system design and architecture, and procurement strategies. Mike is a graduate of the Australian Army Command and Staff College, and the Royal Military College of Science (UK). He holds a degree in Social Science (human resource development), and graduate diplomas in Management Studies and Telecommunications Systems Management. Mike is a certified PRINCE 2 Practitioner and an ITIL (V2) Manager.