SGHE Summit – An Efficient Means for IT Planning

An Efficient Means for IT Planning – Aims College

Andria Brabo – andria.brabo@aims.edu, Dr Gary Bardsley gary.bardsley@aims.edu

  • used project portfolio planning process – using Word Docs and a Wiki to coordinate projects across a small IT shop of 26 people.

Challenges

  • lack of communication
  • staff turnover
  • project managers making promises without checking with implementers
  • cross platform – Mac vs PC

Approach

  • create a PPP document that articulates the dependencies and deliverables required from each area to make the project a success
  • looks to me like a blend of project plan and project charter
  • the PPP held the teams accountable
  • if the project requires more than one dept then you need to create a PPP
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