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Of the Business, By the Business, For the Business

by Tom L. Barnett, PMP

Let’s face it--business has an insatiable appetite for all kinds of technology projects and as a PM you usually end up caught in the middle. How can you balance competing requests and demand for limited resources? One way is to ask for intercession of governance.

Off the Beaten PM Path

by Naomi Caietti

Technical competency is not enough in a complex, competitive global marketplace. Project and program managers need leadership and business intelligence skills that support the strategic objectives of their organizations, says Nicholas Errico, author of a field guide that presents a fresh perspective to delivering value.

Off the Block

by John Ikeda

Do people want to try out for your projects, and if they do, are you motivating them with a "why" that packs a punch? Is it any wonder that many projects dealing with change often get off to a poor start, resulting in a delayed--if not failed--project? Read on for more on a "why" that packs a punch in leading change--before your team sinks in the project pool.

Off The Shelf

by Kathy Bradford and Lori Vaughan

Northrop Grumman Mission Systems analysts are using new modeling methods to better estimate schedule, cost and effort of projects that involve the integration of commercial-off-the-shelf hardware and software into existing systems.

Office Makeover

by Christina Couch

Workspace renovation projects can deliver big benefits if teams focus on strategic needs—not passing fads.

Office Romance: Another Policy?

by Miriam Ziemelis

Oh, we HR folks and our constant search for more policies! However, this is one that I not only don't agree with, but I love to snicker at when I review company manuals that have them in place. Yes, having policies against hiring relatives in the same division or even the same company are common enough and relatively easy to monitor, but "office romance"? That is what not only makes me laugh but unfortunately makes other professionals snicker at HR and wonder, "Do they have too much time on their hands or what?" Well, yes and no?

Office Space

by George Spafford

Opening a project office takes a great deal of planning. Pay close attention to detail to keep both your budget and schedule on track--and to create an effective office. This story will give you some helpful tips on avoiding the office blues.

Office Support

by Projects@Work

A project office maturity model can plant the seeds for senior management support.

Office With A View

by Aaron Smith

Though PMO value may still be fuzzy, more organizations are starting to get a better picture.

Office-Building

by Stephen C. Hawald

Although the benefits of a program management office -- standardized practices and methods, increased productivity and efficiency, reduced costs -- are clear, many organizations lack the means or experience to set one up successfully. Here are 10 indispensable steps for building a PMO that delivers value.

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