Utilizing 42 years of experience, MPCS is providing in most cases free resources and more to assist all types of businesses and professionals.
Project Management Office (PMO)
Project Management (PM)
Risk Management (RM)
Construction Management (CM)
Facility & Property Management (F&PM)
Building Operations and Maintenance (BOM)
Business Process Management (BPM)
Human Resource Management (HRM)
Information Technology (IT)
Many of these resources will come in the form of; software, articles, white papers, project examples and many tools and templates developed over the past 30 years that you may use. Many of the resources are free to use and some resource items do require a small download fee to help support cost of maintaining this site.
This 246 page guide defines the “project management” principles, process and operational practices with establishing an effective enterprise EPMO or traditional PMO and is intended for organizations and personnel to adopt and employ. Applying consistent framework that promotes the understanding of sound project management practices is a critical step toward creating a cohesive approach to managing projects and reducing risk and meeting business goals.
Enterprise risk management (ERM) can be define as the mastery and continued maturation of risk competencies. Essentially, ERM is all about building risk management capabilities throughout the organization. With that in mind, the following 10 simple steps may help guide you as you begin planning your ERM Plan.
Project Management Methodology and System Development Life Cycle are two different aspects of managing a Software development project but they do have to work side by side to beget better results. Many people believe Project Management training to be a part of SDLC whereas some believe in vice versa. But the real scenario is totally different.
This guide is intended to help senior-level Information Technology (IT) project managers, especially those with limited experience in managing software development projects, recognize the symptoms of a project that is in trouble. The key goal is to identify the problem.
This 81 page guide is designed to assist organizations with defining their space needs and weather they are well-poised to undertake a real estate development or relocation project. This guide also includes numerous links to supporting documents, whitepapers and Free Tools.
Review this guide for free and the Tools that come with it.
Project Initiation Best Practices
Clearly, it’s important that things get off on the right foot and yet how a project starts is often an afterthought – pretty ironic when you think about it. In this paper, we’re going to focus on how to give our projects a good start in life. I want to look at some best practices to start a project off the right way, and maximize the chances of success.