Complete Program Management

Your company is dynamic… your approach to total project management needs to match. Program Management is the art of orchestrating your companies diverse projects, portfolios, and business operations to reach your companies strategic business objectives and maximize your ROI. Project Program Management carefully examines each of your organizations projects as they relate to the growth and development of your organization, and facilitates alignment of your projects to maximize both the success of the individual projects as well as achieving organizational strategy and objectives.

  1. Organizational Strategic Planning
    Examines the overall business objectives and strategic initiatives, identifying a concrete desired outcome, and then selecting projects based on achieving your goals.
  2. Alignment of Projects to Organizational Strategy
    Performs a thorough analysis of the organizations business strategy and then uses qualitative and quantitative analysis to select, manage, and direct projects which align with the business objectives.
  3. Program Risk Analysis
    Analyzes projects and portfolios impact on overall program success, identifying what risks the program faces, both externally and as a result of the individual projects, and mitigates or eliminates these risks at the project or portfolio level.

Managing Inherent Program Risks

Portfolio management is more than just managing projects in order to obtain an organizational business objective; its also about properly selecting the projects which are going to yield the greatest benefit to the business in relation to the risks that each project inherently poses.

Project Selection by Net Present Value

Selectively determines which projects have the greatest Net Present Value (Rate of Return) and return on initial investment, relative to the organizations strategic objectives.

Expected Monetary Value and Analysis Under Uncertainty Calculations

Methodic calculation to determine project selection when future scenarios are indeterminable, such as when there are multiple variables or permutations and a high degree of risk due to uncertainty, technological progress, or opportunity.