Setting up a new organizational Project Management Office is a big undertaking. It’s also a big investment for most companies so it’s important to get it right. Those first few weeks and months when your PMO has just launched are critical for its on-going success. You want to show that you are making a difference
Earlier this year, the Gartner PPM & IT Governance Summit in London, UK, had a heavy focus on data handling. There were several presentations covering Project Management Office measurements and metrics including speakers who looked at sample PMO
Cloud computing, mobile devices, big data: there are lots of technology concepts in the news right now and it’s interesting to see how they are affecting project and program management. A recent article in
At Ten Six, we see a couple of themes and goals for this year which include raising the strategic profile of the PMO and improving its approach to organizational skill development.
Project-focused, team-based activities increasingly dominate the way organizations are addressing the challenges of today’s changing business environment. The number of projects in many organizations is increasing and project performance is viewed as strategic to the success
Do you make a point of ensuring that everyone who goes on a training course transfers what they have learned to their work environment? It’s worth doing. A new study by ESI International shows that when training is transferred back onto the job, Project Management Offices (PMOs) are considered more effective by project teams and […]
An upcoming event that we are big fans of, is the PMO Symposium 2011 which is a 4 day event held in Orlando, Florida. This event, organized by the PMI and its Program Management Office Community of Practice, will