Category Archives: Project Management

The PMO: Critical to Building Agile Organisations

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Previous posts have highlighted the increasingly important role of the Project Management Office (PMO) as a key enabler of change. With successful transformation requiring effective, enterprise-wide project, programme and portfolio management, the PMO is fast becoming the de facto organisational structure for standardising project management best-practice, ensuring that projects and programmes are delivered on time,   …Continue Reading


New PMI Reports Highlight the Importance of Agile to Project Success

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In a recent blog post, we summarised PMI’s 9th Pulse of the Profession Report 2017. One of the main conclusions of the report, based on a global survey of circa 4,000 project management professionals, senior executives and PMO directors, was the increasing use of Agile as a technique for managing projects. A full 71 percent of   …Continue Reading


The State of Project Management 2017

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PMI’s 9th Pulse of the Profession Report provides an interesting overview of the state of project management in 2017 based on an extensive global survey covering 3,234 project management professionals, 200 senior executives and 510 PMO directors across a diverse range of industries Key findings include the following: Organisations are making good progress in their   …Continue Reading


Organisations Struggling to Deliver Change Due to Poor Project Management

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As a quick follow-up to our recent blog post on the growing importance of the PMO as a key enabler of change, new research from Fujitsu claims that organisations are losing substantial amounts of money on failed digital projects. While there is growing recognition of the need for digital change, the Digital Transformation PACT Report concludes   …Continue Reading


The Project Management Office: Enabling Change

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As we move from the WHY to the HOW of organisational transformation, the Project Management Office (PMO) is emerging as a key driver of change. Successful transformation requires effective, enterprise-wide project, programme and portfolio management. The PMO is fast becoming the de facto organisational structure for standardising project management best-practice, ensuring that projects and programmes   …Continue Reading


Project Management Office Case Study: Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA)

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In a recent blog post, Bridgeall announced the successful launch of our new Project Management Office (PMO) solution developed to help organisations deliver their digital transformation and change management programmes by ensuring a consistent, best-practice approach to project management and governance. A modern web application built on the collaborative functionality and robust document management functions   …Continue Reading


SharePoint Project Management Office (PMO) Launched

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Successful business transformation requires projects to be delivered on time, on budget, with agreed objectives being achieved. Given the complexities involved in managing multiple projects, Bridgeall are delighted to announce the official launch of our new Project Management Office (PMO) solution. Based on our own extensive experience of delivering ‘exceptional software assured’, PMO has been   …Continue Reading


How the Public Sector Can Remain Agile Beyond Times of Crisis

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Although based on US research, an interesting new report from McKinsey adds value to the on-going debate regarding public sector digital transformation in the UK, especially organisational barriers to change. Based on case examples dating back to the 1980s, the main theme of the report is that public sector organisations are perfectly capable of being   …Continue Reading


Software and Technology: The Engine Driving Digital Transformation (Video)

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The topic of digital transformation has been covered extensively on the Bridgeall blog – see Category Archives: Digital Transformation. Throughout the various posts, we have emphasised that successful digital transformation requires the integration of strategy, people, processes, systems, organisation, culture AND technology. The failure to recognise this mutual dependency is one of the main reasons   …Continue Reading


Rethinking the Public Sector Could Save $3.5 Trillion Worldwide

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In a previous post, we identified Five Key Pillars of Successful Digital Transformation. These included: a) building a Digital Operating Advantage by leveraging the full potential of digital technology for maximising efficiency and reducing costs and b) deriving Actionable Insight from data analytics. The scale of the public sector opportunity in these two areas has   …Continue Reading


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