Please login or join to subscribe to this thread
I haven't attended the training though,
But I think no knowledge is wasted
I agree, I think there is merit to the value ring, but I had created a PMO step by step methodology years ago that I going to be bias but I feel adds a more tactical steps to building and running your PMO. So, I seen and reviewed the value ring, I don't think you need the certification. I have ran 10 PMOs in my career, written 4 books and I don't have anything but my 30 years of experience. I have my PMP of course. :)
Learning can use you to gain a systematic understanding.Consider the solution of the problem as a whole.
Long time! What is the webinar that you see? Was here?
I was looking around this site and found your comment.
Any update on your certification, are you pursuing it?
It has no value, in my opinion, on getting a certification or something like that. I reviewed and discussed the value ring with their creators at the very beginning when they launched it and my concern do not like to them, obviously. But I did that in a professional context not for other reasons. I have helped on creating PMO´s from 1998 up to date. But no matter my personal experience to create a PMO is the same than to create a business unit inside a company: is a matter of strategy not a matter of project management. So, to create a business unit rest on organizational administration domain. To put it inside something relating to the PMI the business analyst is the role that helps on that. On the other side, if the tendency continues, PMO will be "volatilized" in the near future. It is happened right now.
I do agree with Sergio.
Please login or join to reply