Project HEADWAY: Making The Jump To A Stable PMO
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Research demonstrates over and over again that the life span of the typical PMO is incredibly short. On average, about two or three years. What that means is that the organization creates a structure, finds it wanting, and abandons it—all within an astonishingly short time period. While the averages are sobering, however, not all PMOs suffer the same fate. Some continue. Some are overwhelmingly successful. Not many, perhaps, but enough. This webinar explores what sustainable, stable PMOs do differently to reach that vaunted status.
In this webinar, participants will:
- Understand the challenges of developing PMOs
- Explore the reasons that most PMOs don't last
- Identify the critical success factors behind PMO success
- Evaluate what it takes to make the bridge from startup to stable
- Provide advice on establishing a PMO that will endure
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Acknowledgements: Heather McLarnon