Presentations and explanations

CLP4PPM as a new concept and approach

TopITpartners have developed the Closed Loop Process for Program and Project Management.
It is shortened as CLP4PPM

In this page we offer presentations and lectures to explain this approach and its relevance in further detail. First we present a short 2 minute overview on what the closed loop process really is all about. Then we give you an overall overview on the why and what issues. Finally we offer you the presentation of a lecture given at the International Project Management Association (IPMA) 2008 venue in the Netherlands.

If these presentations make you curious or raise further questions, please feel free to contact us anytime.

Closed Loop Process in 2 Minutes


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Overall Overview

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IPMA Parade 2008 Venue

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  • Maximum control
  • Program and project management
  • Maximum reliability due to the encorporation of stochastic statistics
  • Education 
  • Integrated tooling
  • Change from re-active to pro-active behaviour
  • Why a Closed Loop Process
  • Relation with other domains
  • In detail "Why and what"
  • Probability and risk management
  • Earned Value 
  • Reporting
  • Timesheet recording

  • Program and project management
  • Most important processes
  • Consistent framework
  • Strong procedures to follow
  • Issue management
  • Timesheet management
  • Baseline management
  • Risk management
  • Estimate to complete

A quick overview

The integration of the closed loop process for managing control in a program together with stochastic statistics is unique. It largely enhances the reliabilities of all estimations for the business case, task durations, risks, delivery dates and all other important elements.

It is a technique whose usefullness has been proved as an added value in practice for many years.

Invite us for a demonstration and you we will help you to get a clear idea about possibilities to apply this concept and approach in your own work to your own benefit.

"Why and what"


The above presentation covers the "Why and what". After viewing this presentation you do understand the closed loop process a lot better.

If you are only interested in program management, then view the IPMA 2008 venue  presentation on this page.

IPMA April 2008 venue

This is the presentation given at the IPMA 2008 venue. It shows you the highlights of the closed loop process including stochastic statistics. This also a kind of What and why presentation but given from a different angle.

If you have any questions, please call use. We are happy to give more explanation regarding this new approach.