E.2 Project and Portfolio Management

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Implements plans for a programme of change.

Plans and directs a single or portfolio of ICT projects to ensure co-ordination and management of interdependencies.

Orchestrates projects to develop or implement new, internal or externally defined processes to meet identified business needs.

Defines activities, responsibilities, critical milestones, resources, skills needs, interfaces and budget, optimises costs and time utilisation, minimises waste and strives for high quality.

Develops contingency plans to address potential implementation issues.

Delivers project on time, on budget and in accordance with original requirements.

Creates and maintains documents to facilitate monitoring of project progress.



Level 2

Understands and applies the principles of project management and applies methodologies, tools and processes to manage simple projects, optimises costs and minimises waste.


Level 3

Accounts for own and others activities, working within the project boundary, making choices and giving instructions, optimising activities and resources.

Manages and supervises relationships within the team; plans and establishes team objectives and outputs and documents results.


Level 4

Manages complex projects or programmes, including interaction with others.

Influences project strategy by proposing new or alternative solutions and balancing effectiveness and efficiency.

Is empowered to revise rules and choose standards.

Takes overall responsibility for project outcomes, including finance and resource management and works beyond project boundary.


Level 5

Provides strategic leadership for extensive interrelated programmes of work to ensure that Information Technology is a change enabling agent and delivers benefit in line with overall business strategic aims.

Applies extensive business and technological mastery to conceive and bring innovative ideas to fruition.



A project methodology, including approaches to define project steps and tools to set up action plans

Technologies to be implemented within the project

Company business strategy and business processes

Development and compliance to financial plans and budgets

IPR principles and regulation

Structured project management methodologies (e.g. agile techniques)



Identify project risks and define action plans to mitigate

Define a project plan by breaking it down into individual project tasks

Communicate project progress to all relevant parties reporting on topics such as cost control, schedule achievements, quality control, risk avoidance and changes to project specifications

Delegate tasks and manage team member contributions appropriately

Manage external ,contracted resources to achieve project objectives

Optimise project portfolio timelines and delivery objectives by achieving consensus on stakeholder priorities


Functies met E.2 Project and Portfolio Management competentie

Business Information Manager

Chief Information Officer

Project Manager