In 2013, an ANU-wide project management framework was developed (based on similar principles to Prince2 methodology) to provide a uniformed approach to managing projects at ANU. This methodology is reviewed and revised on a regular basis to ensure it stays relevant and meets the needs of users to maximising project benefits.
If you need help with your project or guidance on using the framework, the team at SIG have a wealth of experience and expertise in program and project management, business analysis, stakeholder engagement, organisational design, change management, information and data analysis, process improvement and general management, and have worked in various areas across higher education, public and private sectors.
The ANU Project Management Framework provides support and templates through a project lifecycle:
- Entire project templates (e.g. Budget, Risk, Cost-benefit)
- Approval and start-up (e.g. Project brief, business case)
- Planning (e.g. Project plan, Communications plan)
- Execution (e.g. Project status)
- Closure (e.g. Project closure report)
- Post Implementation (e.g. post implementation review)