Business Value Oriented Project Management (BVOPM)
Business Value Oriented Project Management (BVOPM) is a set of activities and style of management of projects with a focus on adding business value to the project management processes and practices, general productivity, outcomes, and waste reduction.
The BVOPM office may be part of the BVOPGM office or standalone or both may be considered as one, depending on the organizational structure and strategy.
Activities of the Business Value Oriented Project Management
BVOPM accentuate on the following major activities:
It's amazing how many new activities are in BVOP's project management practices and how logical and necessary they are in day-to-day motions of the teams involved in the projects.
All activities are truly designed to optimize processes and achieve a balance between management and development, where teamwork, support from management roles, and focus on losses and problem solving quickly and responsibly is a key factor of the success of every project.
With so many activities, the modern project manager needs to be adequate, flexible, to carefully assess every activity, action, investment on time and effort. The most optimal use of BVOP's entire knowledge is a key factor in productive and conducive modern project management.
I recommend all beginners in project management to understand the real recommendations of BVOP - optimizing time, resources, nerves and quick, flexible and adaptive management.