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The Core Message to PMOs: Innovate or Disintegrate

by Doug DeCarlo, Principal, The Doug DeCarlo Group

Nearly 1,500 IT program and portfolio managers, along with CIOs and other senior managers, flocked to Orlando for the Gartner Program & Portfolio Management Summit to gain insight into how to reinvent program and portfolio management in order to succeed in the fast-paced, largely uncharted digital age. In this article, an attendee and speaker gives his take on some key themes.

Smart Budget Allocation for Project-Oriented Organizations

by Jakub Marciniak

Spending decisions in a PMO can foster or impede the organization. The process is volatile by the nature of its political implications. To allocate budget and resources in a smart way—and to achieve organizational goals—a measurable approach needs to take the following dimensions into consideration…

Dear PMO...Why Do You Exist?

by Andy Jordan

If we ask a PMO leader why their PMO exists, the answer is frequently at odds with what is evidenced by the work they perform. Why is that, and what can we do about it?

Improving PMO Value

by Luis Alberto Caceres Villota

The value of the PMO depends on the benefit delivered to the client and, most important, on the client’s perception of that benefit. The first step to increase the value delivered is to acknowledge that what is important to the project management specialists might not be as important to the stakeholders.

Automating Portfolio Status Reporting Using Microsoft PowerPoint

by Nilanjan Kar, PMP

Simple and effective automation can be used to publish and communicate one-page (or dashboard) project status reports using MS PowerPoint. This is one of the many uses possible and can be adapted to other needs. This approach, involving some VBA programming, can reduce repetitive and periodic tasks of reporting and uploading status reports.

The Politics of Integration (Part 2): A Solid Project Delivery Start

by Andy Jordan

In the first article of this series, we looked at annual planning processes and the role a strategically focused PMO should play in that foundational element of portfolio management. Continuing the look at political challenges for portfolio-focused PMOs, we look at the impact on project initiation and planning.

Is the Center of Excellence PMO Dead?

by Andy Jordan

With more focus on strategy, more tool-driven automation and more diversity in project approaches, is there still a place for a PMO-driven center of excellence for project management?

Project Selection and PMOs

by Andy Jordan

Project selection is a widespread challenge that requires a single point of accountability — ideally, a strategic project management office — that can provide the infrastructure and information support necessary to execute a ‘whole portfolio’ approach that is flexible and adaptable to ever-changing needs.

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