Project management framework

The Project Management Framework (PMF) provides support to manage projects and enhances your ability to successfully achieve your project delivery outcomes. The PMF consists of a Policy and supporting procedures, templates and tools including a contacts list for support.

Are you thinking of starting a project?

The PMF offers:

  • Guidance to initiate a project with defined objectives, outputs and outcomes.
  • Tools to identify stakeholder needs and expectations.
  • Guidance on the right governance to suit the project.
  • Methods and tools to plan and manage the project through its lifecycle.

Find out more in the following sections that step you through the project management journey.

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Initiating a project

How do you start? Continue reading for guidance on how to get your project initiated and approved. Do you need to set up a project? An ideal...
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Planning a Project

Your project has been approved, so let’s start planning how the project work will be conducted to produce outputs and deliverables.   Recommended...
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Executing a project

Now you can start to deliver the project’s objectives by creating outputs and outcomes that fulfill customer requirements. The Project Manager’s ...
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Closing a Project

You have delivered the project’s objectives and fulfilled customer requirements. Now you can start to formally close the project.  What if the...
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Post Implementation Review

A Post Implementation review is conducted after completing the project. Its activities aim to evaluate whether project objectives were met, how...
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Library of resources

This library provides the standard project management, business analysis and testing documents commonly used during the life of a project. The...