New Guidance on Management of Value (MoV)

MoV Launch – 4 November 2010, London

This new guide is aimed at all those involved in directing, managing, supporting and delivering portfolios, programmes and projects. MoV is all about maximizing value in line with the programme and project objectives and the key stakeholder requirements. It is not simply about minimizing costs.

MoV is relevant to portfolios, programmes and projects. At the portfolio level it reflects the organisation’s strategic objectives and sets the agenda for the programmes that deliver these objectives which, in turn, define the projects undertaken to achieve the required outputs.

Whilst MoV supplements the main purposes of PRINCE2, MSP and M_o_R, its core message is about maximizing value.

Order the MoV manual today – the core guidance maximising value in portfolios, projects and programmes!

MoV Manual - Management of Value
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  • This manual delivers the core guidance of the Management of Value (MoV) methodology from the OGC. It will help you to maximise the value realised in portfolios, projects and programmes.
  • MoV is fully compatible with the OGC’s other project and programme-related methodologies – MSP®, PRINCE2® and M_O_R®. Making it easier than ever to realise maximum value.
  • This book forms the foundation of the new MoV Foundation exam syllabus from the APM Group. Meaning this guide is an essential study resource!
  • MoV is widely applicable, it can be implemented no matter if you are using PMBOK or another project management methodology. Leading to big savings of money and large benefit realisation.

MoV is the first cross-sector and universally-applicable guidance on how to maximise value in a way that takes account of:

  • An organisation’s priorities
  • Differing stakeholder needs.
  • The use of resources as efficiently and effectively as possible.

MoV is relevant to portfolios, programmes and projects. At the portfolio level it reflects the organisation’s strategic objectives and sets the agenda for the programmes that deliver these objectives which, in turn, define the projects undertaken to achieve the required outputs.

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