Most organizations that manage a significant number of projects require a project office. It typically takes responsibility for:
Organizational roles and responsibilities can be quite complex. In a matrix organization, effective collaboration between project and resource managers is essential for the successful outcome of individual projects.
Innate is most effective where the Project Office is struggling with spreadsheets and/or Microsoft Project. Typically, the organization’s maturity and culture fall short of what is required for the successful introduction of enterprise project management software, such as Project Server.
Innate is the logical next step, providing useful quick hits for the project office, such as:
However you are organized, Innate ensures effective collaboration between project, resource and other managers. As new work arrives, or priorities change, the impact on dates and resources is highlighted and different scenarios can easily be evaluated.
As the organization develops and information requirements change, Innate easily keeps in step. By improving visibility across the workload and communication between the stakeholders, and by responding to changes in your business environment, Innate promotes cultural change and organizational maturity.
The project office takes responsibility for the project authorization and management processes. Innate resource management software helps the project office to operate effectively.