In Chap. 16, we looked at program and portfolio management, a key component of governance of the organizational context, linking the objectives of projects to the strategic objectives of the organization, and defining which projects will be done to achieve those objectives. In this chapter, we look at another key component, developing organizational project management capability, which helps define the means by which the organization achieves its project objectives, and hence its strategic objectives. First I consider what we mean by organizational project management capability. Then I discuss the development of individual competence, a key component of organizational capability. But the organization ...

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