Traffic-light status reports can be used to conduct macro-analysis, revealing trends in your project portfolios that the PMO can help mitigate.Read More
PMOs are amazing repositories of data. But what good is our data if it sits, languishing in spreadsheets or PPM tools? Data is there to help us understand what's going on. By making that data visual, we make it easier to see patterns in the data.Read More
When we talk about forming, restructuring or reinventing PMOs, we tend to think in terms of delivering a standard set of services that PMOs are known for delivering. But there is another way taking a Resource-based view.Read More
'd like to share a PMO Antipattern with you. For those of you who are unfamiliar with the term - antipatterns are repeated practices that initially appear beneficial, but result in consequences that outweigh any of the hoped-for advantages.Read More
How many different types of PMO are there? There are a number of ways that PMOs can be classified - do you operate at team, department or organisational level? Are you a project PMO, program PMO or Portfolio PMO? Are you resource driven, or results driven?Read More
From the 22nd Aug to 28th Aug, we are celebrating the PMO as part of the 2016 #PMOFestival.
The festival is the brainchild of Elise Stevens - www.fixmyprojectchaos.com and Laura Barnard - www.pmostrategies.com. The aim of the festival is to encourage people to share and celebrate all things good about PMOs by encouraging people to pose PMO related articles to LinkedIn and on Blogs. Far too often, PMO articles focus on the negative (the tweet below from PMI is a good case in point) so its great to see initiatives like this that focus on the positives!Read More