If your Project and Programme Management Office is seen as a bureaucratic burden, you may be missing a trick. When set up with the right structure and staff, a PMO acts as a hub for Continuous Improvement across your entire organisation.
The benefits can be substantial, from improving time to deliver projects to giving senior stakeholders the information they need to prioritise and manage vital change initiatives. Many organisations view the PMO as an administrative function and a blocker of project progress, but this is often due to the lack of experienced Project Management staff running the function.
By investing in suitably qualifed PM experts it will begin to add far more tangible value, both to the Board and to Project Managers delivering organisational change.
Our guide explains in practical terms how to create genuinely valuable function that provides clarity over project performance, effectively supports strategic decisions and drives project excellence throught your organisation.