PMO Justification Checklist

Why establish a project management office? Given critical dependencies that exist between multiple engagements and projects, project teams should work in conjunction with a project management office (PMO) to ensure timely and coordinated delivery of projects and applications. This checklist will help justify creating and maintaining a PMO. Revisit it periodically to assess how the PMO is performing.

 

What will you get out of this?

PMOs are often a topic of discussion over long periods of time before they are established.  This checklist will help you understand various types of value that a PMO can bring to an organization and see if any of them apply to yours.

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