The project management system maturity model: white paper (Project Server 2010)
Published: January 13, 2011
This white paper describes how as organizations mature, they can be more effective in the use of their project management systems. It describes how it might be more effective for companies to elect to use only certain aspects of a new project management system to a level with which they are comfortable, even though they are tempted to use every feature that is available to them. As the company continues to mature, it can become more advanced in its use of the features that it needs to use. This white paper was written by Chris Vandersluis of HMS Software, a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner.
To download this white paper, click The Project Management System Maturity Model: white paper (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=157926) (file size: approximately 110 KB).
The following “From the Trenches” white papers are also available for download:
For more information about Chris Vandersluis, see the "From the Trenches" column located on the Project Server 2010 TechCenter (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?LinkId=208599) on Microsoft TechNet.