Internal charging promotes LEAN capacity planning. LEAN is intended to counteract wastage of capacity. In many project-organised operations (including agile), wastage is equivalent to 2 - 3 working hours of each person each working day. (No - Lean does not mean optimizing flow, other than in... Read more "Internal Charging & LEAN
Do you keep track of your company's key figures? Is there room for better profitability? Should your company have better profitability? Does your company feel a bit messy and is it unclear who is responsible for capacity planning and who is responsible for managing projects? There is one crucial key performance indicator... Read more "Key performance indicators for profitability
The interest in PMO has been great for a long time, it's more than 20 years since I encountered the concept that implies an ambition to have control and overview of the projects within an organization. It is still unclear how the work is best done... Read more "The project office/PMO must be a function and not an organisation
As we know, there are many aspects to the reasons why projects fail or are simply delayed. The underlying causes are a multifaceted story where there are many different opinions. But what is clear is that business-oriented and "customer-oriented" project managers are more successful. Delays... Read more "Can you plan projects without breaking down work into activities?
One answer is no, not for projects perhaps, but that Resource Portfolio Management (RPM) is missing. Today's project planning software systems and project portfolios are designed to plan project WBS but with insufficient project monitoring and... Read more "The question is - do we need another system for projects?
Lean Production is a philosophy on how to manage resources. The aim of Lean is to identify and eliminate all factors (muda) in a production process that do not create value for the end customer In simple terms, it is about 'more value for less work'... Read more "Everyone wants to talk Lean today.