‘The certainties of one age are the problems of the next.’
R H TAWNEY, 1926
In Part Two we looked at the framework for managing a single project, taking it from being an idea, through various life cycle stages until benefits are being realised. We also examined how the staged approach could be used as a management framework for any type of project you might choose and/or bundles of related projects (programmes).
In Part Three I will explain how you can keep track of all the projects and programmes which together make up the set of initiatives aimed at changing your business to suit its future strategic direction. The different ways in which organisations control the full portfolio of projects they are ...