Portfolio, Programme and Project Offices: P3O
- Office of Government Commerce (OGC)
- TSO (The Stationery Office)
This new core guidance from OGC describes why, when and how to use portfolio, programme and project Offices (P3O) models. It describes what a P3O is, defining the two key types of P3O, and goes on to answer the question posed by Senior Management: "Why have P3Os and what value-add do they bring to the organisation?" It also includes business cases, funding models for set-up and ongoing costs and performance measures.
The publication looks at the lifecycle of a P3O and describes the use of a project based approach to scoping and setting up a suitable P3O model within an organisation. It also includes checklists for start-up, continuous improvement, and reviving and closing down temporary offices and looks at the functions and services carried out within a P3O, and the techniques and tools used to facilitate this.
Facilitates Senior Management awareness of the status of its agenda for business change
Consistent with OGC's Common Glossary
Includes real world examples and case studies
Outlines roles and responsibilities for functions within a P3O
Contains example business cases for permanent and temporary forms of P3O
Includes sizing and tailoring guidelines
Glossary – definitions of acronyms and terms
Contains a list of online resources for good practice including templates and examples.
Also available in ePub eBook format from all major eSellers. A full list of Best Management Practice eSellers is available on our help pages.
> P3O Overview Brochure (PDF - 799Kb)
|Size||216 x 280mm||Price||£45.00|
|Format||Paperback||Published||08 Oct 2008|
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