The University is committed to the adoption of a standard approach to project management that reflects the Mission and Values of the University and the consistent use of project management procedures and templates to facilitate the implementation of strategic priorities.
The key components of the ACU Project Management Model are:
Corporate Services portfolio publishes a project list containing projects of interest across ACU. Any staff interested to understand more of the objectives of a project are encouraged to follow the links or contact the project contact person.
This document outlines the major phases of a project and the core template that meets the minimum requirement for documentation in each phase. It also lists the recommended supporting documents for medium and large projects.
Benefits management shows the long-term sustained effect and success of a business change. This is done by measuring the impact resulting from the change and is an integral part of mature project delivery.
ACU is developing a framework to support effective definition and realisation of long-term benefits through projects. The relevant material will be available through the ACU Project Management Model.
The PM CoP is a community of people who meet and share the practice and passion of project management across ACU. The intent of PM CoP is to develop and share collective knowledge about project management and in the interests of continual improvement. It aims to provide a forum that will guide and support staff with varying levels of familiarity with the functionality of the Project Management Model and its underlying principles, with a view to building project management capability across all areas of the University.