One version of the truth
PM3 is designed as the central hub of information, providing “one version of the truth” for many different roles within an organisation, on all of your portfolios, projects and programmes. All the information that you need to do your job is always available, whenever you need it. And you choose what you want to see, when and where you want to see it (on a mobile device, tablet or desktop). Everything is presented in a concise, consistent, secure and up to date format to facilitate informed decision making for all roles, at every level.
Executives and Sponsors
As an Executive or Sponsor, you need to have up to date information on your projects, programmes and portfolios, with a clear picture of any programme risks and issues . You do not need to go down to lots of detail. You need clear, RAG based information that is accurate, timely and easily digestible.
Programme & Project Managers
PM3 has been developed by practitioners for practitioners. This means that it works how you want to work, at Programme and at Project level.
Programme Managers need to see the entire programme plan together with any risks, issues and milestones that have been escalated from the individual projects. This allows them to focus on what’s important and not get distracted by the ‘noise’ of lower level milestones/tasks.
Project Managers need to see the entire project plan: the milestones, tasks, actions, risks and issues that affect the delivery of the project, and be certain that the delivery teams are collaborating effectively.
PM3 helps you develop plans as a series of desired business outcomes, developed top-down with the stakeholders. It is designed as the central hub of information, providing “one version of the truth” on all the initiatives the Programme and Project Managers are responsible for.
The PMO is the engine room of any change portfolio, ensuring that the current status of all active (and proposed) initiatives is fully known. PM3 allows the PMO to see everything and provide assurance on governance and best practice.
An effective PMO allows senior management to see the accurate, up-to-date information they need to make informed decisions. It also allows programme managers, project managers and their delivery teams to focus on delivering the work needed to achieve the outcomes, without becoming bogged-down in administration.
Delivery teams need to know what to do, when and how to do it.
PM3’s designed as the central hub of information, providing the delivery teams with “one version of the truth” on all the activities they are responsible for. It has been developed by practitioners for practitioners, meaning it works the way you work.
This means the delivery teams have all the detail they need to do their work and collaborate with their colleagues. It also ensures that they don’t get bogged-down in project administration.