Johnson Matthey – Project & Portfolio Management Tool Implementation

Led the global implementation of a Project and Portfolio Management tool across a £1m+ Capital Projects Portfolio, allowing for precision measurement and continued growth

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Johnson Matthey is a global leader in sustainable technologies, renowned for cutting-edge innovation that has a positive impact on the environment.

We were appointed to spearhead a global implementation of a Project & Portfolio Management (PPM) Tool called Keyed In across their £1m+ Capital Projects Portfolio. We supported Johnson Matthey’s internal Programme Management Office (PMO) team with preparing for changes in the way they work, transitioning from a paper-based system to an electronic system.

As Johnson Matthey experienced rapid marketplace growth, they also underwent continuous mergers and acquisitions, which resulted in a difference in the way in which each global department managed and reported on Capital Projects.

Our first step was to engage with the stakeholders across the globe to understand their requirements and how these needs manifested in their processes and practises. Based on this picture we then worked with a 3rd Party supplier to design the PPM tool. This included developing a suite of reporting requirements and defining dashboards to enable the senior leadership teams to understand true performance in real-time.

We developed and delivered training globally across Asia, America and Europe. By the end of the project, the entire organisation had one way of managing and reporting on Capital Projects globally, allowing for precision measurement and continued growth.

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