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Wanted: EPMO Leaders

by ProjectsatWork.com

Most large global organizations will rely on “activist” enterprise program management office (EPMO) leaders by 2017, according to research analyst Gartner. The emerging role is a response to the need to significantly improve strategic execution, and increased pressure toward innovation and differentiation.

WBS Tasks for a PPM Problem

by Joe Wynne

If you are trying to set up project portfolio management, you will run smack into a unique workforce problem. Use these tasks in your WBS to help manage three sensitive groups that participate in projects to establish PPM.

Were the Mayans Right About Your PMO?

by Jerry Manas

It could very well be near the end of the world for your PMO unless your organization is prepared to properly address five undeniable trends: resource demand; predictive analytics; innovation; portfolio management-led integration of strategy, finance and operations; and, of course, Agile.

What Are Your PPM Crimes?

by Wayne Caccamo

PMOs might take a page from New York City’s war on crime, which produced a sustained drop in reported crime. By focusing on solutions instead of symptoms, then targeting the most serious strategic or execution-related pain points, a PMO is more likely to make a transformative impact.

What Do Organizations Do in This Brave New World?

by Mark Mullaly, Ph.D., PMP

The forces that are driving changes in perceptions in projects, in process and in how we work in teams are real, significant and not going away any time soon. The pressure to deliver—and do so quickly—is continuing to ramp up. That has some fundamental implications for organizations, how they think about projects and how they think about project management.

What Do Your PMs Think of Your PMO?

by Andy Jordan

What is your PMO’s reputation among the PMs it serves? There could be a lot of distrust. Through experience, one manager discovered some potential problem areas that you may want to look at in your own organization.

What Does a PMO Do for You?

by Mike Donoghue

When it comes to standardizing project management practices, PMOs are essential. If your organization doesn’t have a PMO, here are some ways to approach the concept. (And even if you do have a PMO, they will serve as important reminders!)

What Role Should the PMO Play in Project Finance?

by Andy Jordan

There is one aspect of project management where it's rare to find any consistency at all within PMOs: project financials. Let’s look at some of the different options and see if we can figure out some models that might work effectively.

What Should a PMO Actually Do?

by Andy Jordan

There is a lot of focus on PMO value and accountability at the moment, but how does that translate into work? What should a PMO actually be doing on a daily basis?

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