Talk:Managing Successful Programmes (MSP)
Text clarity Good
Language Minor errors e.g. " To achieve this, the he main idea is to sub-divide..." - remove "he"?
Description of the tool/theory/concept Good, but consider going back to basics. Define what program management is and reference standards/mandatory list of references to add credibility. Also, is it true that all organizations need good program management? Also, what defines a successful program?
Purpose explanation Good and sets up the reader's expectations well
References Missing appropriate references to mandatory list of references
Relevance of article Consider the following:
- Who is the reader? Program Manager etc?
- What will the reader get out of this?
- Ensure depth of the article so it contributes to the program management community more than a normal web search
==Peer review from Nanna (18/02/2018)
Question 1: Is your Wiki article relevant?: The topic is relevant for project managers and the purpose is clearly articulated.
Question 2: Is the Wiki article usable? • Does the article provide hands on guidance? Can the reader (at least prototypically) apply the method after reading the article? • Depth of treatment: Is the article interesting for a practitioner or academic to read? Does it make a significant contribution beyond a cursory web search? • Quality of the summary: Does the summary make the key focus, insights and/or contribution of the article clear? • Formal aspects: ▪ Figures and tables: Are figures and tables clear and provide meaningful support? Do they summarize the key points of the article in a meaningful way? ▪ Structure and logic of the article: Is the argument clear? Is there a logical flow to the article? Does one part build upon the other? Is the article consistent in its argument and free of contradictions? ▪ Grammar and style: Is the writing free of grammatical and spelling errors? Is the language precise without unnecessary fill words?
Question 3: Is the Wiki article credible? Nice with the reflection of limitations. References needs to be done - but sure you already know that ;-)