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Driving down costs – Project Managers or Project Management

Every organisation is concerned with cost savings across all aspects of their business, and project portfolios are no exception. This often manifests as pressure on the Portfolio Manager to achieve savings by targeting the portfolio P&L – which puts focus on the cost of the team delivering the programmes and projects with the portfolio. This […]

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Tips on Building a Business Case

CCM’s ATLAS manuals provide guidance for portfolio, programme, project and PMO managers. The following tips are taken from the ATLAS process – Building the Business Case: The business case is the primary document that leads and directs the project. Without it senior management will need to invest more time involved in decision making and direction. […]

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PMO Conference, London – 8th June 2016

The PMO Conference in London – 8th June 2016 The PMO Conference returns for a second year following a sell out success in 2015. The conference takes place on Wednesday 8th June 2016 at the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) at Portland Place near London’s Oxford Street and Regents Park. This year’s PMO Conference […]

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CCM provide consistent and predictable delivery

CCM provide consistent and predictable delivery of projects, programmes and portfolios.   This has always been a management requirement that transcends sectors and this is something that is enabling use to support more and more customers – regardless of sector, scale or complexity.

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