Print

About BPPM

Vision 

Best Practice Project Management Pty Ltd (BPPM) is a specialist consultancy and Registered Training Organisation (RTO) that assists clients to improve business and project outcomes, by increasing competency and enterprise maturity.

pdfOrganisational Structure

The importance of projects to business outcomes:

Generally organisations achieve business outcomes through a strategic plan that breaks down to a program of projects and contracts. Projects for most organisations are the way to deliver:

  • client requirements
  • internal change

Projects are any activity or venture undertaken to meet a specific goal given a defined time, cost and quality outcome. Projects include revenue/contract management, capital expenditure/major capital works, organisational restructuring, internal change management, IT installation/upgrades and infrastructure, and events management.

How does BPPM help organisations, through consultancy and training?

BPPM focuses on assisting organisations obtain better project outcomes through improving project management competency. Competency improvement normally requires a combination of the following, by initiating a Corporate Improvement Project (CIP):

BPPM also assists with special project needs such as:

Benefits to an organisation

The benefits that arise from the above initiatives include:

  • Improved project outcomes (particularly time and costs)
  • Increased motivation of project teams
  • Reduced stress through planning and better project control
  • Enhanced marketing potential through increased organisational maturity and individual national recognition
  • Basis for continuous improvement.

BPPM has access to leading edge expertise in project management in terms of practical application as well as the development of managers and organisations. Our consultants have proven expertise in the following areas.

  • conduct and documentation of all components of a project management systems-based approach to competency-based training:
  • analysis of training needs and reporting using triangular research methodology (questionnaires, interviews and focus groups)
  • design of generic and customised programs based on competency definition and needs
  • development of programs using content and context specialists
  • implementation of programs of training to suit competence at project, operations, business and corporate levels
  • evaluation of the programs
  • validation of the work-place performance through assessment
  • assessment of project managers against Australian and International competency standards in project management for the recognition of professional status; for example, AIPM Registered Project Manager (Reg PM)
  • mentoring of project managers in their project / organisational roles
  • planning and implementation of change management to introduce / develop project management processes for individual projects across organisations
  • planning and implementation of an organisational governance model for management by projects.