The Project Playbook® is based on a ‘best practice’ solution for both business and IT projects. The goal of Project Playbook® is to help organizations develop the following areas for business and IT:
- Operational – define and work through who, what, and when things need to be done.
- Tactical – how and who will be responsible for all three areas of the operational, tactical, and strategic areas.
- Strategic – the strategic area can be complex but by determining the why and where on any project will improve the project lifecycle; however, executive commitment is important to the whole of all projects.
The easiest way to think about a successful project is keeping it simple. The six simple questions of who, what, when, where, how, and why will improve all project performance and create lasting and successful results.
Project Playbook® breaks down the client’s project into a Project Playbook® Thumbnail Sketchbook and simplifies the project situation into the following steps:
- Derived from the concept that ALL projects 90% of all projects major deliverables can be estimated in one to two steps.
- Outline a program or project’s outcome by removing the simple elements first and only concentrating on the most complex elements of Time, Resources, Money, and Risk
- Simplify complex projects by removing the majority of unneeded scheduling and concentrate on areas that need more attention
- The Key Success Factor is simplifying the project into more concise manageable steps and identifying the areas that will most likely cause a project’s delay or failure.
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