In Part 1, Mark Seely provided an abstract of his paper
and discussed his purpose of writing it.
In Part 2, he de-constructed and then re-constructed the
Project Management Paradigm.
In Part 3, he discussed: Level 1: Process Management;
Level 2: Project Management; and Sociolytic Mindscaping.
In Part 4 he presents: Level 3: Program Management; Level
4: Program Governance, and Level 5: Public Governance.
In this Part 5, Mark will point to best practices for
deployment of each of the five distinct levels, and conclude with his set of "DBM
Ten Commandments". His Appendix A will confront complexity and point to simplifying
Table of Contents - Part 5
Chapter 11: Dynamic Baseline Model (DBM) Implementation
- Clarifying the Level
- Establishing a Realistic Performance Expectation
- Managing Performance at each Level
- Bringing it to Ground
- Measuring Performance at each Level
- Seeking Opportunities for Improvement
- Getting Real
Chapter 12: Conclusion
- DBM Complexity Diagnostic
Other Appendices to follow:
Appendix B: The Performance Dashboard
Appendix C: Human Characteristics
Appendix D: Contracting Considerations