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Title: Organizational Project Management Maturity Model (OPM3 )


1
Organizational Project Management Maturity Model
(OPM3 )
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  • Section one Introduction to OPM3
  • Chapter 1 Foundational concepts
  • OPM3 purpose and scope
  • Implementing strategy through projects
  • Organizational project management
  • Organizational maturity
  • Chapter 2 user overview
  • Knowledge assessment and improvement
  • Introduction to OPM3 steps
  • Section two Understanding the model
  • Chapter 3 Best Practice
  • What are Best Practice ?
  • Capabilities , outcomes , and key performance
    indicators
  • Dependencies of Best Practices and capabilities
  • Categorization of Best Practices capabilities
    within OPM3

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OPM3 purpose and scope
  • purpose It is designed to help users
    understand organizational project management and
    its value in the execution of organizational
    strategy and organizational project maturity,
    though strategic planning is beyond the purpose
    outlined for OPM3 .
  • scope The scope of OPM3 is global .

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Implementing strategy through projects
  • The application of OPM3 will assist organizations
    in establishing polices and process standards to
    ensure that operations are consistent with
    strategic objectives.

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portfolio
OPM3 will help organizations utilize project
management to accomplish their goals on time,
within budget, and most importantly, to improve
the overall effectiveness.
programs
projects
OPM3 Domain Project and programs are part of a
project portfolio
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projects
  • A projects is a temporary endeavor undertaken to
    create a unique product, service, or result,
    (PMBOK Guide)

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program
  • A program is a group of related projects managed
    in a coordinated way to obtain benefits and
    control not available from managing them
    individually. (related project)

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portfolio
  • A portfolio is the collection of projects and/or
    programs that are grouped together to facilitate
    effective management of that work to meet
    strategic objectives. (not necessarily be
    interdependent)

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Organizational project management
  • Organizational project management is the
    application of knowledge, skills, tools, and
    techniques to organizational and project
    activities to achieve the aims of an organization
    through projects.

Organization
Goal
project
OPM3
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Organizational Maturity
  • A maturity model is a conceptual framework,
    with constituent parts, that defines maturity in
    the area of interest-in this case organizational
    project management.
  • In OPM3 this is reflected by the combination of
    Best Practices achieved within the project,
    program, and portfolio domains.(OPM3 is a
    maturity model)

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Best Practices
Portfolio
Program
Increasing Maturity
project
Standardize
Continuously improve
Stages
Measure
Control
Organizational project management maturity
increase along a continuum
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Knowledge assessment and improvement
Organizational project management, its maturity,
relevant Best Practices, and how to use the model.
Knowledge
Assessment
Methods for evaluating Best Practices and
capabilities
Improvement
Sequence for developing capabilities aggregating
to Best Practices
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Introduction to OPM3 steps
  • Knowledge
  • Step one prepare for assessment.
  • Presenting the content of standard
  • Assessment
  • Step two perform assessment.
  • Providing a method for comparison with the
    standard.
  • Improvement
  • Step three plan for improvements.
  • Setting the stages for possible organizational
    changes.

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What are Best Practice ?
  • A Best Practice is an optimal way currently
    recognized by industry to achieve a stated goal
    or objective.
  • For organizational project management this
    include the ability to deliver projects
    predictably, consistently, and successfully to
    implement organizational strategies.
  • The full set of Best Practices in OPM3 covers the
    scope organizational project management.

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Capabilities , outcomes , and key performance
indicators
  • Capability
  • An incremental step on a way to one or more Best
    Practices. Each Best Practice is made up of two
    or more capabilities.
  • Outcome
  • Tangible or intangible result of applying a
    capability.
  • Key performance indicator (KIP)
  • A metric by which an organization can determine,
    if an outcome and to what degree on outcome
    exists.

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Dependencies of Best Practices and capabilities
Best Practice
  • Outcome

Capability
KPI
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Best Practice
Establish internal project management communities
Coordinate project management activities
Capability
Sponsor project management activities
Capability
Develop awareness of project activities
Capability
Facilitate project management activities
Capability
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Best Practice
Best Practice
Capability
Capability
Capability
Capability
Capability
Capability
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Categorization of Best Practices capabilities
within OPM3
  • Best Practices capabilities in the OPM3 standard
    are mapped to two key factors
  • Domain
  • Project
  • Program
  • portfolio
  • Stage
  • Standardize
  • Measure
  • control
  • continuously Improve
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