Projects don't exist in isolation from each other or the rest
of an organization.
Projects compete for scarce resources. There are inter-project
deliverable and resource dependencies. Resource over-allocation
can occur when resources are shared across multiple projects.
Market and internal demands force relative priorities for completion.
These interactions bring risks. Risks that must be understood
in time to avoid those that will do unacceptable harm to your
projects - and your organization.
Project can be the core of a scheduling and reporting system
that helps you understand the consequences of these interactions.
You can then make informed management decisions in a timely manner
and continue this a regular basis.
Project Server can enhance the ease of use of your scheduling
system - without requiring that most stakeholders have extensive
knowledge of Microsoft Project.
Lynn Frock & Company will help you set up and use this
scheduling system to simulate the effects of both changes in
project priorities, or adding / removing projects.
And you can use this scheduling system to provide information
to those stakeholders having a organizational focus, as well
as the stakeholders whose interests are primarily at the project