This template is intended to help the PMO produce its annual business plan. Ultimately, your organization likely has its own template that you need to comply with, but this template is intended to help with the thought process and ensure that all of the key elements have been identified. It is inspired by the article PMO Business Planning.
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This business planning template can help PMOs align future work with organizational goals, the first step in ensuring that they contribute to business success. Use it to guide the process of identifying key executives and sponsors, defining and prioritizing goals, and creating measurable and realistic objectives to achieve them.
The following interview questions are just a few that can be used to staff PMOs at various levels in an organization, and should be tailored according to the specific PMO’s form and function.
Use this document to clarify and confirm the mandate for the development of a Project Management Office.
To help you in performing a PMO health check, use this worksheet and read our Conducting a PMO Health Check series. This template can be used “as is” or tailored to your liking.
If your company has a lot of projects going on, it's a good idea to have a central Project Management Office (PMO) to coordinate project teams and make sure everything gets done properly and on time. Use this checklist initially to assess whether you need a PMO. As projects progress it can also be used to ensure that the PMO is effective.
This webinar offers practical insights, techniques, and case examples for how to set up and manage a successful, business driven, PMO. Developed in response to member feedback from project organizations of all shapes and sizes throughout the Middle East.
This set of Excel worksheets include a general progress list for tasks, a milestone report, a risk register and sections to keep track of assumptions, issues and dependencies. Use in conjunction with the PMO Monthly Status Report.
This PMO Monthly Status Report allows you to keep track of tasks and their progress. Provide a description of activities performed within each task for the relevant reporting period. This is the highest-level description, so keep it short, clear and concise. Change the wording of the task/activity to adapt it to your project needs. Use in conjunction with the PMO Monthly Report.
Project management offices often face skepticism, misunderstanding or resistance, especially new or restructured ones. Here is a PowerPoint presentation template that PMO leaders can use to educate the larger organization about their purpose, scope and key functions. It can be tailored, customized and reused according to your PMO's specific structure, mandate and needs.