How Is the PMO Changing?


Changes in life are pretty difficult to spot from day to day, yet changes over a longer scale can be blatant. And over time, PMOs have started to differentiate in terms of type and how they are contributing to their organizations. In a post for the PM Perspectives Blog, Lindsay ...

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PMO Actions That Give Big Results


Is your PMO hungry to make a splash but not sure how to do it? A post at Duration-Driven offers some inspiration. They provide a series of potential actions your PMO can take in order to generate great results for the business. Cannonball Results Centralizing project data and documentation is ...

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7 Keys to Establishing a Successful PMO


Establishing a project management office (PMO) that holds up over time and serves its intended purpose may be harder than it seems. In an article for CIO Australia, Gary Hamilton, Gareth Byatt, and Jeff Hodgkinson share seven tips to climb the mountain. These tips are both pragmatic and pay attention ...

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5 Ways to Avoid Improvement Burnout


Becoming the best demands a lot of hard work, but it also requires some breathers in-between. Even when it comes to process improvement, too much fixation on enhancing the bottom line can lead to worn out workers. In a post at Duration-Driven, five ways to avoid improvement burnout in the ...

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Moving to a Portfolio PMO


Are you long used to supporting a big program in the PMO and ready to make the evolution into joining a portfolio PMO? Such a move could present exciting new opportunities to get involved in strategy. In a post for the PM Perspectives Blog, Lindsay Scott outlines the considerations to ...

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