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                            This Guest paper was submitted for publication and is copyright to Mark A. Seely© 2016.
                            Published here March 2017

                            PART 2 | Editor's Note & Table of Contents
                            Chapter 4: Level 1 - Process Management | Level 1 Management | Performance
                            Chapter 5: Level 2 - Project Management | Level 2 Management | Performance
                            Chapter 6: Sociolytic Mindscaping  | Analysis of Analysis | Custom vs. the Standard Stereotype
                            Open System vs. a Closed System Stereotype | Governance versus Management
                            Level 2 in a Level 4 World - Much Simpler than Possible | Gaming Systems | PART 4

                            Editor's Note

                            In Part 2, Mark Seely De-constructed and then Reconstructed the Project Management Paradigm. In this Part 3 he will discuss Level 1: Process Management; Level 2: Project Management; and Sociolytic Mindscaping.

                            Table of Contents - Part 3

                            Chapter 4: Level 1 - Process Management

                            • Process Management
                            • How do I know I am at Level 1?
                            • Level 1 Management
                            • The Henry Ford Example
                            • Performance

                            Chapter 5: Level 2 - Project Management

                            • Project Management
                            • How do I know I am at Level 2?
                            • Level 2 Management
                            • The Hoover Dam Example
                            • Performance

                            Chapter 6: Sociolytic Mindscaping

                            • Living the Dream
                            • Death of the Dream
                            • Analysis of Analysis
                            • Sociolytics
                            • Custom vs. The Standard Stereotype
                            • Dynamic Complexity vs. the Detail Complexity Stereotype
                            • Open System vs. Closed System Stereotype
                            • Government vs. Management
                            • Public Culture vs. a Private Culture Stereotype
                            • Level 2 in a Level 3 World - Simpler than possible
                            • Level 2 in a Level 4 World - Much simpler than possible
                            • Gaming Systems

                            Other chapters to follow:

                            Chapter 7: Finding Levels 3 and 4
                            Chapter 8: Level 3 - Program Management
                            Chapter 9: Level 4 - Program Governance
                            Chapter 10: Level 5 - Public Governance
                            Chapter 11: DBM Implementation
                            Chapter 12: Conclusion

                            Appendix A: DBM Complexity Diagnostic
                            Appendix B: The Performance Dashboard
                            Appendix C: Human Characteristics
                            Appendix D: Contracting Considerations

                            PART 2  PART 2

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