Uruk PPM Platform, The Five Elements

The Uruk PPM Platform consists of five primary elements, as we explain below and show in the image.

  1. Core Project Management Methodology: Using the SUKAD Way and CAMMP, we want to transform CAMMP™ (and the other the SUKAD Way™ elements) into a suite of tailored methods for the management of various types and classes of projects. These tailored methods would be for the management of the project and phases following a project life cycle, stage-gate approach. This Platform component would consist of numerous versions to fit the diversity of the types of projects.
 
                                                                            

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Project Management Modules: Build complementary project management modules that would integrate with CAMMP™ but can also be sold as independent modules or services. These would include modules like risk, quality, and change management, links to the strategic plan, among other topics. 
  2. Portfolio Management (Governance and Dashboards): Build in the portfolio management structure, which includes governance, an organizational dashboard for real-time monitoring and performance accountability, and resource allocations and tracking. We will also have analytics tools for the occasional assessment of the whole portfolio.
  3. Organizational Knowledge Base: The Platform will also have a database to serve as the organizational knowledge repository housing all past and present project information, historical records, and lessons learned. This would be internal and restricted to each client. This knowledge base would be significant and would enable considerable savings in terms of effort and cost of ongoing projects.
  4. Open Knowledge Library: Finally, the portal will be knowledge-sharing, a resource library that would include (a) SUKAD learning content (e-books, case studies to support all the above), and (b) projects information that could be shared on an open-source basis (from various sources). The intent here is to encourage communities of practice.