To celebrate their fifth birthday, the PMO Flashmob are holding a PMO Book Club night. Throughout the evening people will be invited to stand up and share concepts and ideas they have got from books, websites and whitepapers that they think would be of benefit to the wider PMO community.
The PMO Sydney group consider bullying and project management with Susan Schneider, Managing Director at Managed Outcomes Pty Ltd.
The PMO Conference is curated and designed for you, the PMO practitioner. Focused on portfolio, programme and project offices, this one day conference is all about learning more about your chosen profession. From a full programme of PMO expert speakers, a dedicated PMO exhibition full of PMO products and services and time to network with new PMO contacts or reconnect with friends and ex-colleagues, the day is 100% PMO focused.
PMO Round Table event for PMO members and PM Leaders exploring how ht ePMO can support resource and capacity planning. Please not that this meetup will be in German, not English.
Beer, Pizza and a fascinating case study from the Director of PMI Sydney chapter, Mansoor Mohammed.
The PMOFlashmob are meeting in Manchester, UK on the 17th May to explore Serious Games and Play. The aim of the Serious Games Night is to use games to explore mindsets and behaviors, and to look at how the PMO can use tools such as LEGO® to facilitate innovative and exploratory workshops.
The Project Management for Today webinar is aimed at people aspiring to become PMO leaders. Hussain Bandukwalwa will be exploring conventional and non-conventional journeys to the top PMO role and getting to the heart of what it takes to become a PMO leader. During the webinar, Hussain will explore the attributes that are required during different phases of PMO setup and evolution and looks at how individuals may acquire these attributes and take charge of their career trajectories.
The PMO Cafe are a meet up group in Fort Lauderdale who meet on the second Tuesday of every month. They are dedicated to learning, sharing and discussing all matters related to PMO. This month they are talking about ITIL and the PMO
Wellingtone, a UK PPM consultancy have partnered with PM4C to hold a Project Management Day of Service to the UK. On May 4th they will run an PMDoS event to bring experts together with 30 UK charities - making a real difference to the work they do within their communities.
The team from PMO Flashmob are running another of their popular Mini-Masterclass sessions that will explore the role of the PMO as a facilitator and discuss the planning processes that form part of the facilitation method called the Process Iceberg® facilitation.
The PMOFlashmob are meeting in Portishead (Near Bristol), UK on Thursday 19th April to explore the world of Agile Project Governance. The event is being lead by Jon Ward from Beneficial Consulting. During the session Jon will compare the behaviors and controls required for traditional project governance with those required for agile teams. He'll explore what the engagement between agile teams and the PMO should look like and the behaviors that a 'Servant-leading' PMO should adopt.
The PMOFlashmob are meeting in Birmingham, UK on the 27th March to explore Serious Games and Play. The aim of the Serious Games Night is to use games to explore mindsets and behaviors, and to look at how the PMO can use tools such as LEGO® to facilitate innovative and exploratory workshops.
The PMI Puget Sound Chapter run regular, Free, PMO Roundtable events. This one is focused on PMO Standard Tools and Templates
The Everything you wanted to know about PMOs event in Belfast, is an interactive, entertaining and informative session, giving attendees the opportunity to explore the history of the PMO, develop an understanding of the benefits associated with PMOs, and find out more about the Roles that typically exist within the PMO.
In this session, John Riopel and Bonnie Biafore describe several of the most popular project management methodologies (such as traditional waterfall and rolling wave, as well as agile ones, such as scrum, lean, or Kanban), how they differ from one another, and when to choose each one.
The PMOFlashmob are meeting in @ the Ticketmaster offices in Angel, London on the 25th January to explore Serious Games and Play. The aim of the Serious Games Night is to use games to explore mindsets and behaviors, and to look at how the PMO can use tools such as LEGO® to facilitate innovative and exploratory workshops.
The IPMO Webinar Series focuses on sharing knowledge for PMO Professionals. This webinar is called The Importance of Aligned Principles in Maturity Models for PM and PMOs. It is hosted by Peter Kaul.
The PMI Talent Management Conference is one of several virtual conferences that PMI run every year. The conference is free of charge for PMI Members. Many PMOs have responsibility for talent management and resourcing projects. If yours is one of them, then this event is well worth your time. Best of all, recordings of sessions from PMI's virtual conferences are usually available to those who registered for 30 days after the event.
The IPMO Webinar Series focuses on sharing knowledge for PMO Professionals. This webinar is called PMO Setup - Insights and Case Examples. It is hosted by Mark Price Perry
The Hybrid PMO Workshop is a two-day workshop lead by Mark Price Perry, Andy Jordan and Jesse Fewell. Over the two days, each of the instructors will give you unique insight into what it takes to set up and run a business driven, agile PMO.
This free webinar from APM looks at how organizations and portfolios can ensure effective project performance reporting. It is hosted by Iain Morton and David Llewellyn.
The session is aimed at individuals who are looking to achieve what MPUG refer to as a 'balanced PMO'. The session focusing on using maturity models and dashboards to track and report strategic and projected value