Home > Program Management > All’s Well That Ends Well – Mr.William managed it well ! ! !

All’s Well That Ends Well – Mr.William managed it well ! ! !

“All’s Well That Ends Well” by William Shakespeare meant that – a risky enterprise is justified so long as it turns out well in the end. How true…. isn’t it?

Looking at our current industries how many industries would ever wait till the end of the program to find out if the program was executed well? It’s all about money these days.

All's Well That Ends Well

All's Well That Ends Well

According to Dassault Systemes classification of industry segments, ENOVIA  Program Management solutions also has something to offer for Automotive, Aersopace, Hightech, CPG, Consumer Goods, Energy, Industrial Equipment, Shipbuilding et all.

It’s the versatility of the ENOVIA Program Management solutions that it can be used by various industry verticals for various program management reasons. Let’s have a look as to how some of the program management solutions are tailor made for certain industries.

The automotive industry can use Program Management for the following

  • APQP
  • WBS (Work breakdown structure) management
  • Project hierarchy decomposition
  • Make/buy board
  • Risk management
  • Program planning
  • Program sourcing
  • Resource management
  • Program financials
  • Project template management
  • Project content management

The aerospace industry can use Program management for the following

  • Partner management
  • Contracts management
  • Program requirement management
  • Configuration management
  • Program execution
  • Program resource management

The consumer goods industry can use program management for the following

  • Project planning and scheduling
  • Resources allocation and management
  • Financial analysis
  • Risk management
  • Issue management
  • Project knowledge capitalization
  • Project tracking and monitoring
  • Project deliverable tracking

The consumer packaged goods industry can use program management for the following

  • Project template management
  • Project content management
  • Project work breakdown structure
  • Project resource management
  • Project planning and scheduling
  • Project deliverable tracking
  • Project dashboard
  • NPI Stage-Gate
  • Business/ROI analysis

The high-tech industry can use program management for the following

  • Project planning and scheduling
  • Resources allocation and management
  • Financial analysis
  • Risk management
  • Project knowledge capitalization
  • Project deliverable tracking
  • Critical to Quality (CTQ)

The energy industry can use program management for the following

  • E-RFx and bidding management
  • Project template management
  • Project content management
  • Project work breakdown structure
  • Project resource management
  • Project planning and scheduling
  • Project dashboard
  • Business/ROI analysis

The industrial equipment industry can use program management for the following

  • Project planning and scheduling
  • Project issues/risk management
  • Project work breakdown structure
  • Project resource management
  • Project dashboard
  • Contract deliverables management
  • Suppliers/partners management

The shipbuilding industry can use program management for the following

  • Project template management
  • Project content management
  • Project work breakdown structure
  • Project resource management
  • Project planning and scheduling
  • Business/ROI analysis

The life sciences industry can use program management for the following

  • Project portfolio management
  • Project planning & scheduling
  • Project task execution
  • Project assessment

Is there any other industry which would require program management?

Best Regards, Ajit

Advertisements
Categories: Program Management
  1. No comments yet.
  1. No trackbacks yet.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: