Join Bob McGannon for an in-depth discussion in this video On project management maturity and outcomes, part of Insights from a Project Manager.
- Project Management Maturity…is really people being accustomed to a set of approaches.…And people being accustomed as to when things…are going to happen along the life cycle…or course of a, the standard journey of a project.…If you're in an organization that doesn't…have Project Management Maturity that just tells me…they haven't formalized the approach…by which they engage in projects.…They may actually engage in a lot of projects…but they do it randomly and they don't track it.…
So whenever you engage in a new project,…it's a totally new deal, alright.…When you've got a mature organization,…you've got a standard set of steps.…And a Stakeholder, a Sponsor, and the Project Manager…understand their roles and they know how…they're going to go about doing things,…at least within some contained limits.…So, if you're managing a project that is not mature…from a Project Management perspective,…a couple of things you're going to run into;…one:…you need to take additional time…to get everybody onboard about not only…what you're going to do but how you anticipate…
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