OCI has leveraged its best industry Program/project delivery practice to successfully deliver on hundreds of clients programs/projects spanning all corporate business domains including: ERP, EAM, HR, EHR/EMR, Clinical Systems, Finance, Logistics and Supply Chain, eGovernment, Portals, Digital Strategies and covering all aspects of IM/IT including: Business Processes, Data (big Data), Applications, Technology/Infrastructure, Security and Privacy. Our program management practice addresses:
- Program Organization
- Program Planning
- Program Control
- Program Technology Planning
- Program/Projects Integration
- Project Management Office
- System Implementation and Project Management
In managing programs, our team applies OCI industry best practices to:
- Ensure alignment with corporate strategy
- Lead and mange change
- Anticipate and communicate future state
- Manage risks and issues
- Optimize and increase value
- Deliver sustainable capability
- Ensure benefit realization
OCI methodology covers all aspect of program management including:
- Program Management Life Cycle - Phases:
- Pre-program Preparation: benefits assessment
- Program Initiation: business case, program charter
- Program Setup: Benefit Realization planning, elaborate on charter, establish program infrastructure, detailed roadmap & approval
- Program Benefits Delivery: Initiate projects and manage benefits development
- Program Closure: Controlled closedown of program.
- Program Management Processes: Initiation, Planning, Execution, Monitoring and Controlling and Closing Program
- Program Management Areas: Integration, Scope, Time, Cost, Quality, HR, Communication, Risk, Procurement, Financial and Stakeholder Management
OCI PMO practice uses industry best practice in project management and has successfully delivered on hundreds of client’s projects both start-up and in-flight spanning various phases of the PMLC:
- Project Initiation: Develop business case, feasibility, terms of reference, project team, project office, phase review.
- Project Planning: Develop project plan and resource, financial, quality, risk, acceptance, communication and procurement plans; Contract suppliers and phase review.
- Project Execution: Produce deliverables and conduct phase reviews.
- Project Monitoring and Control: Monitor and control time, cost, quality, change, risk, issue, procurement, acceptance and communication management.
- Project Closure: Perform project closure, review project completion