Project Management

What is the role of the PMO?

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Project HEADWAY: How Much PMO Support Is Enough? What Is Too Much?

by Mark Mullaly, Ph.D., PMP
July 18, 2013 | 62:32 | Views: 191 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 3.88 / 5

So how much support from a PMO is enough? What does the optimal PMO actually look like, and what services do they provide? To what extent should they be interventionist, or provide support on a demand-based, as-needed basis? In this presentation, Mark Mullaly explores what the optimal value-adding PMO looks like, the services it provides and the level of support required to actually be seen to be effective.

Project HEADWAY: The Role of the PMO: Yes Virginia. There is a Santa Claus.

by Craig Curran-Morton
March 23, 2010 | 60:18 | Views: 903 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.08 / 5

Project Management Offices have come and gone in many organizations. Sometimes they are deemed to be successful but many times they are unceremoniously buried. The success of a PMO is defined when the PMO mandate is being identified and defined during infancy, not when it is up and running. To support your PMO’s success, join us in this Project HEADWAY webinar where we examine the different types of PMO's, the role each plays and the essential factors that must be in place to ensure its success. Establishing the right PMO with a well defined purpose can be like giving your organization a present from Old Saint Nick himself!

Business Driven PMO: Don't Sell the PMO!

by Mark Price Perry Bill Beattie
November 05, 2009 | 61:56 | Views: 351 | PDUs: | Rating: 4.29 / 5

The idea of "Selling the PMO" is an approach that has caused untold damage leading many PMOs to execution difficulties and others to outright failure. Today's PMOs are all about achieving the business results for which they were created to serve. This must see webinar will discuss why you should never sell the PMO and shed light on the problems that quickly appear when a "Selling the PMO" mindset is at play.



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