Improve Your Business Results through Organizational Project Management
Organizational project management (OPM) aligns project deliverables with strategy. Understanding this emerging process is essential for all stakeholders, from the corporate sponsor to project team members. OPM is a valuable new tool that can enhance your organization's successful execution of projects in alignment with strategic priorities.
Under the editorship of Rosemary Hossenlopp, PMP, ten contributors from around the globe, representing a wide variety of industries, offer valuable insights on how OPM can give any organization the competitive edge. They discuss how to:
-Improve business outcomes
-Better align project work with strategies
-Organize project work
Whether you direct projects, fund projects, or conduct project work, Organizational Project Management: Linking Strategy and Projects is vital to your understanding of this emerging business discipline.
With chapters written by:
-Rosemary Hossenlopp, PMP
-Abdur Rafay Badar, PMP, OPM3® Consultant
-Folake Dosunmu, PMP, PgMP, OPM3® Consultant
-Randall Englund, NPDP, CBM
-Pavan Kumar Gorakavi, CAPM
-Russ McDowell, M. Eng., PMP, OPM3® Assessor/Consultant
-Sara Núñez, PMP, OPM3® Assessor/Consultant
-Michael O'Brochta, MPM, PMP
-Jim Sloane, PMP, CM, OPM3® Consultant
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Rosemary Hossenlopp, PMP, is a founding volunteer member of the Project Management Institute (PMI®) Organizational Project Management Virtual Community and a featured blogger on the Information Systems Special Interest Group (PMI-ISSIG®) website. She is the co-author of Unearthing Business Requirements: Elicitation Tools and Techniques and a contributor to the International Institute of Business Analysis Body of Knowledge.
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