P2M: по направлению к новой парадигме управления проектами и программами?
Бредилле К.

Аннотация

В статье, основанной на тридцатилетней исследовательской деятельности автора, рассматриваются взаимосвязи между стратегией развития, программой и проектом, анализируются три вида логики, лежащие в основе существующих подходов к стратегии. Проводится сравнительный анализ двух основных режимов действий в организации - операционного и проектного, а также рассматриваются вопросы обучения и управления знаниями в рамках управления проектами и программами. Представленный в статье подход сопоставляется с японской методологией P2M, обсуждается вопрос, почему P2M может стать новой парадигмой в проектном управлении.

Содержание

Обобщение принципов, формирующих три вида внутренней логики в области стратегии;

Операции в сравнении с проектами;

Различные ситуации и методы управления;

Два вида взаимосвязи (операционная и проектная /предпринимательская) между организацией и ее внешней средой;

Различные ситуации управления и соответствующие им модели, логика и решения;

Экосистемы "операция — организация —

окружение" и "проект — организация — окружение";

Морфогенез экосистемы и информационные потоки;

Процесс интеграционного превращения: от предпринимательского режима к операционному;

Сравнение команды проекта, профессионального сообщества и бизнес-ассоциации;

Синтез двух точек зрения относительно управления знаниями, организационного обучения и самообучающихся организаций;

Журнал: «Управление проектами и программами» — №3, 2005 (© Издательский дом Гребенников)
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Бредилле Кристоф Н.
доктор наук (PhD)

Профессор, MBA; CPD, CMP IPMA. Основатель и президент Французского отделения PMI — Hauts de France, редактор Project Management Journal. Член оргкомитета Глобального форума управления проектами (GPMF). Последние три года был вице-президентом Французской национальной ассоциации управления проектами AFITEP. Имеет 20-летний опыт управления проектами и программами в различных областях, таких как банковское дело, IT и др.
Последние 14 лет был профессором и руководителем кафедры управления проектами, а также руководителем магистерских, MBA- и докторских программ в области стратегии управления программами и проектами в ISGI-Groupe высшей школы ESC (г. Лилль, Франция.
Сфера исследований — взаимосвязи между стратегией, программой и проектом, проектирование систем знаний и обучения, разработка стандартов, сущность и эволюция этих областей УП.
Был одним из руководителей команды проектов разработки стандартов PMI — "Основа развития компетентности менеджера проекта" и "Модель организационной зрелости управления проектами".

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