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Encountering PMO Failures and How to Combat Them

Accomplishing tasks are one of the important goals of a project that are usually time-sensitive and otherwise somehow complicated. Large organizations have their own Project Management Office (PMO) that covers this area; organizing the best practices and methodologies of doing tasks and achieving them. These PMO practices and processes are sold to CIO for executive support in order to ensure that such practices are amended. This arrangement is wrong altogether. Why so? Well, PMO teams don’ have that much experience or even skills to run a project, of ever they just throw commands on the project team’s end on what...

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PMO Implementation: The 4 Stages You Need to Know

PMO implementation is tricky and there are numerous factors to consider before even jumping aboard that ship. If you are thinking to hire a consultant to do the work, you might also have other sets of factors to take into account. These are very crucial since this has something to do with the changes with the project’s process and can be with the organization’s overall structure as well.     PMO implementation involves a staged method—meaning there should be stages to facilitate and implement in order for such PMO to take into full effect. Ask any project management consultants and...

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How to Determine Your PMO’s Transparency?

Project Management Office transparency means possessing a clear objective as well as project information, forecast, plans, and life cycles, while at the same time securing sensitive information. There is a need for PMO transparency because, without it, organizations will have a hard time making project collaboration possible.     We already know that for projects to produce results and have a smooth process, PMO transparency has to be present. But at the same time, there are some data that still needs protection due to the organization’s discretion, as well as policy. In other words, everyone needs to know the balance...

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PMO Downsizing and How To Deal With It

Besides deadlines and a failed project success, there is another factor that everyone, especially the project manager, is dreading about: PMO downsizing.   It’s basically the opposite of PMO upsizing where selected employees have to be reduced due to budget constraints, business project and partnerships went kaput, and other factors that weaken the system of the whole organization. PMO downsizing affects different angles of the team as well as its function and it might lower their motivation when one of them has to walk.     As a project manager, it automatically is a given that you’re the bearer...

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PMO Upsizing and How To Take Advantage Of It

Organizations make it a point to look for additional employees to add to their roster of talented teams to take on new projects and tasks; this is a great opportunity for job seekers or to those want to be transferred to another department and work with a new environment. That is why they resort to PMO upsizing — a process where they hire or add someone from a different department to another team to boost that team’s capabilities and manpower.   There are many ways to implement PMO upsizing and usually, it’s the additional employees to make an existing team...

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How to Increase Business Value Using PMO Tools ?

Business value is one of the most commonly desired benefits the organization wants to achieve once the project starts and in full completion. Even we get to identify and realize value, we have to take necessary actions to acquire and later on, utilize it to gain an increase. Project Management Office tools or usually called PMO tools are the answers to this, but they have to be selected, initiated, and sent effective and accordingly to ensure that value. Arming ourselves with the knowledge and its impact on the organization as a whole, and the second step is to pinpoint what...

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