Organizational Project Management: Linking Strategy and Projects

  • 2h 35m
  • Rosemary Hossenlopp (ed)
  • Management Concepts
  • 2010

Organizational project management (OPM) aligns project deliverables with strategy. Understanding this emerging process is essential for all stakeholders, from the corporate sponsor to project team members. OPM is a valuable new tool that can enhance your organization's successful execution of projects in alignment with strategic priorities.

Under the editorship of Rosemary Hossenlopp, PMP, ten contributors from around the globe, representing a wide variety of industries, offer valuable insights on how OPM can give any organization the competitive edge. They discuss how to

  • Improve business outcomes
  • Better align project work with strategies
  • Set priorities
  • Organize project work

Whether you direct projects, fund projects, or conduct project work, Organizational Project Management: Linking Strategy and Projects is vital to your understanding of this emerging business discipline.

About the Editor

Rosemary Hossenlopp, MBA, PMP, has focused on new-product introductions and IT project management in top Silicon Valley firms for 20 years. Her key focus areas are project management offices, assessments, and project requirements. She is a speaker, consultant, and trainer for commercial, federal, and state organizations.

Rosemary received her BS from Oregon State University and her MBA from Santa Clara University. She is an adjunct professor at UCSC Extension in Silicon Valley, a Project Management Professional (PMP), a featured blogger on the UCSC Extension Project Management website and on the Information Systems Special Interest Group (PMI-ISSIG) website (, and a founding volunteer member of the Project Management Institute’s Organizational Project Management Virtual Community ( She is the coauthor of Unearthing Business Requirements and a contributor to the Institute of Business Analysis Body of Knowledge. Her website is

In this Book

  • Organizational Project Management—Linking Strategy and Projects
  • Editor’s Preface
  • OPM: Delivering Business Results from Enterprise Strategy
  • Organizational Alignment: The Intersection of Strategy and Project Work
  • How to Align Project Work with Strategic Vision
  • Proven Business-Leader Actions for Project Success
  • Executive Imperatives: The Role of Project Sponsorship in Organizational Success
  • Successful Business Transformation
  • The Effect of Culture on Projects
  • Performing Assessments that Dramatically Improve Business Results
  • OPM Practices: The Turnaround of Indian Railways
  • Sustainable Success: Leaders Who Transform