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Do organizations need a Chief Project Officer?
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Some organizations feel they do, like Australia's biggest telecommunications company, Telstra. Check out my latest blog where I interview Telstra's CPO.
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Sante, Thanks for sharing. will check ur blog.
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Sante -

I haven't heard of this role in many organisations and as you say it may be required in very large organisations - purely project-based. I'll check your blog. Looks interesting !
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Very Interesting, thanks for sharing ..!!
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Thanks all, you can check out the blog here:

https://www.projectmanagement.com/blogs/434924/Scrumptious
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Sante -

For project-oriented (formerly projectized) companies, this role would be crucial. For others, it really depends on the level of importance attributed to the competency - in many cases, this falls within the responsibilities of the COO, CFO or some other existing C-level executive.

Kiron
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I agree with Kiron on this and thanks for sharing your blog, Sante

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