Resources represent a major cost of doing business, particularly in the IT sector. As a result, maximizing the return on investment in people is critical to achieving strategic business and financial goals. Resource management is therefore vital for most organizations, and an effective resource management strategy has the potential to create competitive advantage by reducing costs and enhancing your ability to execute.
The Resource Management Maturity Model (RMMM) provides organizations with a framework for understanding, defining and executing effective IT resource management strategies. It accomplishes this by helping stakeholders better align resource-related information needs with their level of project portfolio management (PPM) process maturity and technology enablement.
This site introduces the principles behind the RMMM, with a range of resources to introduce the underlying principles and the benefits, which range from the simple ability to see who is working on what, to full task level project scheduling, ensuring better management of both current tasks and future projects.