Friday, 5 June 2009

PPM Council calls for Standardized Project Management in the UK

By Carol Elliot, Associate Trainer

Whilst doing a bit of research last night on the web, I came across an announcement from the UK Government's Programme and Project Management (PPM) Council – they have called for the standardised use of PRINCE2®, MSP™ and M_o_R® across the public sector to support the delivery of better value for money outcomes from their programme and project management.

The body, which provides strategic direction for the government's skills and capability in Project and Programme Management, has stated that the standardised use of these methodologies will bring consistency on cross-government programmes and projects, as well as help avoid duplication of design efforts and the costs associated with this.

The Council will make further recommendations on the use of other methodologies and tools developed in government throughout 2009 and 2010.

See full article on PM Forum.

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