As many of you will know, P3M3® is the world’s number one framework for assessing organisational maturity and performance in portfolio, programme and project management. If this is a new concept to you, click here for a quick introduction. This free briefing (pdf) outlines the key concepts of P3M3. Right click this link and ‘save as’ to download the interactive […]
Category archives: P3M3®
DECC (now BEIS) shares its experience with P3M3® v3.0
Department for Energy and Climate Change shares its experience with P3M3® v3.0 The Department of Energy and Climate Change now BEIS) have been a client of Aspire Europe since 2009, we have been their supplier of choice for the provision of their P3M3® assessments and training services. In this official case study, DECC set’s out […]
Decision Gates – The Ultimate Challenge
Establishing control gates to support effective project and programme management is the hurdle that many organisations seeking P3M3® level 3 status struggle to overcome. We have set out the problems that we have seen organisations face and advice on how to go about implementation, click here for the article Here are five good reasons why you […]
How can P3M3® help with your improvement roadmap?
P3M3® (Portfolio, Programme and Project Management Maturity Model) is a credible and proven tool to help us understand our maturity in managing change initiatives, to allow us to better understand what specific improvements in maturity might deliver to us in terms of benefits and strategic advantage, and to allow us to plan our journey to […]
Delivering world class project delivery at Network Rail
Lets face it, for many people Network Rail is their least favourite organisation, most of us have a tale of misery (we have) about a train journey. This is an article from our archive that we think could be of interest. What most of us don’t know is that Network Rail is one of the […]
How to become a project delivery high performer
We were undertaking a review of what we had seen and learned over the last year, and one of the main developments was the emergence of organisations achieving P3M3® level 3 and 4 ratings. There have been some interesting discoveries about the characteristics of these organisations, beyond what we had anticipated. Some of the characteristics […]
What are the P3M3 threads?
In the latest version of P3M3 the concept of Threads was introduced. These are “cross cutting” concepts that help with the systemic analysis of an organisations strengths and weaknesses. It reflects the recognition that if an organisation is weak on a topic, e.g. planning, then this will have deeper consequences than just affecting project schedules. […]