Category: Multi-projects

Project management with BINOCS

Project management with BINOCS

Sometimes, “project management” refers to managing a team that works on a project with complex interdependencies. The full-time responsibility for managing those complexities and moving the project forward is the main focus of a project manager or perhaps a dedicated PMO, or project management office. In many organizations, the PMO coordinates one or multiple teams […]

BINOCS Performance Twin – the digital twin for your QC and R&D lab

BINOCS Performance Twin – the digital twin for your QC and R&D lab

May 21st, 2019 was a big day for us, not only because it was the first day of the Binocs user meeting. It was also the day on which we unveiled our newest component: The Binocs performance Twin. The Binocs Performance Twin is a configurable platform that brings all performance data in one single data […]

Everybody aligns around the same end-to-end standard lead times

Everybody aligns around the same end-to-end standard lead times

Business context  We are a global regulatory affairs department that submits 1000+ submissions/year. We need to make and support delivery commitments to regulatory authorities and our internal supply chain and production partners. It is an understatement when we say that this is challenging. Improvement potential  Before we implemented Binocs, delivery promising was ad hoc. It […]

Finally a full demand picture

Finally a full demand picture

Business context  We work with Planisware as a Project Portfolio Management platform. Although quite complex, our PMO and project managers succeed in keeping an overview of the most important projects. The delivery teams have no access to Planisware. It helps for the prioritization and decision making, except when resources are concerned. Planisware can express the […]

The marketing and the truth about project portfolio implementations

The marketing and the truth about project portfolio implementations

Our approach Knowledge workers deploy their expertise in a cocktail of larger and smaller projects, shaked with routine tasks and ad hoc requests. It’s a nervous maze where project managers, demand managers and functional team leaders fight to get things done. In Binocs we plan projects AND routine work. In fact all demand, coming from […]