Organizational, Portfolio, Program, and Project Principles
This book gives a 360-degree view of principles and shows how they are a fundamental part of an organization, including governing the organization (organizational governance), then setting the foundations for portfolio, program, and project management.
It explains how principles relate to codes of behavior, culture, values, bias, and consequences, and provides the reader the knowledge of cause and effect. A detailed methodology, evolved over five years, is provided on how to select the principle types to increase the likelihood of a portfolio, program, and project achieving their objectives while reducing the impact of PPM challenges and systemic issues in the organization.
With this knowledge, the reader can follow the reasoning and insights into the international standards, methodologies, and their stated principles in terms of structure, scope, and applicability. They can apply the concepts in the book on how to increase the impact of the principles of the international standards and then their adoption of the relevant principles.