What sets a transformation office (TMO) apart from a project management office (PMO)? Steve Vanges, Senior Consultant at PM-Partners, unravels the differences in remit and intent, and considers why taking an ‘either/or’ approach can be detrimental to progress.
Six in 10 organisations now use a centralised project management office to co-ordinate their projects, and with the increasing influence of the PMO on the organisation, it is essential that it’s set up for success. Here are four essential steps to achieving PMO success.
There are project management offices (PMOs) that constantly need to justify their existence and others that are successful and thriving. Download our free checklist and we’ll take you through the questions you need to answer to improve your PMO’s reputation. DOWNLOAD CHECKLIST
As project management offices mature, they move from a bureaucratic cost centre to a value-driven asset. Embarking on a PMO maturity journey can unlock the value of your PMO and drive it towards a more supportive, strategic role.
For many project-led or project-focused organisations, the project management office is synonymous with a centre of excellence (CoE). In reality, however, some organisations set up a standalone centre of excellence rather than having a full-service PMO, and some set up the CoE as a separate function to the PMO. Here we unravel what a CoE
When project management office (PMO) success is so closely tied to organisational success, it is essential to set up your PMO to ensure the best possible outcomes. Download this checklist of the most important elements to consider.
Almost one in five PMOs are disbanded due to their inability to show value to the organisation. Here’s how to spot a struggling PMO and the remedies you can use to help rescue it.
Rather than creating potential silos by enforcing an agile-only delivery approach, a hybrid PMO recognises the need for various delivery styles and gives delivery teams the option to choose the most appropriate approach for specific projects. Here’s how to build your hybrid PMO. There’s no doubt that the continuing spread of Agile approaches/ methodologies in