Rod tells us about P3M3 maturity levels and what these look like within an organisation, and how an organisation and move from one level to another. He talks about the fun places to work and those that are boring but consistent.
Here Rod describes the development of P3M3 and looking for a level 5 organisation. While few organisations attain this level of maturity some get close, Rod talks about one and how it demonstrated it was very close.
Here Rod tells us about the practicalities of being a program leader and what to do in some of the essential aspects of this role. From earning respect to hunting for talent, Rod tells us how to be politically astute and confident with changes in direction.
Here Rod tells us about establishing a “guiding mind” to ensure consistency, transparency of performance changes, clear responsibilities for change, weighting benefits in the business case and monitoring changes in case they remove the need for the program.