Disciplined project management starts at the portfolio level, where the strategic vision drives initial investments and where value measures are established. A fully aligned project, program and portfolio management strategy encompasses the entire organization, dictating project execution at every level and aiming to deliver value at each step along the way.

-Project Management Institute (2010)*

Portfolio, Program and Project Management

At Blue Monarch Management, we fulfill project management and controlling roles for individual projects; take on leadership roles in program and portfolio management; and work with a client to drive improvements to a project management office. We follow best practices, standards, and recommended project delivery methodologies defined by the Project Management Body of Knowledge. We adapt our approaches to projects of low- and high-complexity using plan-driven methods, phased approaches or adaptive approaches.

Our Project Managers are organized, and they deliver. We emphasize building strong team relationships and working through project team members to achieve the desired results.

We take extreme ownership over your project benefits

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Blue Monarch Management Service Principles

Projects can drive step-function value into an organization. They can create new capacities and increase optionality. They always involve the investment of people, time, and financial resources and so when we deliver a project, we do so with a deep understanding of how the project aligns to the strategy, how to get the best project and post-project performance from its stakeholders, and how to find balance with competing priorities.
  • Delivery of project objectives that drive business benefits
  • Project team empowerment
  • Extensive organization

Some Key Potential Benefits

  • Given a specific organizational need, projects drive benefits through investment of time and resources
  • Programs and portfolios can drive greater benefits through alignment of related projects and programs
*Project Management Institute. “The Value of Project Management”. 2010.