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Published on Nov 19, 2014
Conclusive research findings inform us that many PMO roll-outs are disbanded in two years. Yet we repeat the same mistakes in our PMO implementations – wasting money, resources and time. In this webinar we present the causes for PMO blunders. With the aid of – Pete – a newly appointed PMO at Londec IT London, we investigate the pitfalls the PMOs fall into, and answer questions such as:
-What is the strategic role of the value driven PMO in business; hint – waste reduction; -What is the pivotal role of the PMO in portfolio and resource management; hint – Portfolio selection and critical resource management -What is the leadership role of the PMO in achieving agility; hint – no hint here, you have to sit through the class and we just might answer it
Advanced questions such as the role of the Agile PMO in a Scaled Agile framework are welcome. Actually if you send your questions ahead of time to firstname.lastname@example.org, we’ll be happy to answer them as much as possible in the allotted time frame. Five webinar attendees will have the chance of winning Michael Nir's audiobook: ‘The Agile PMO - Leading the Effective, Value Driven, Project Management Office, a practical guide’. I will announce the randomly selected winners at the end of the webinar.
Michael Nir, voted as one of the best speakers at Nordic Project Zone Summit is the author of the bestselling book titled “The Agile PMO” – he is the President of Sapir Consulting - (M.Sc. Engineering) and has been providing operational, organizational and management consulting and training for over 15 years. He is passionate about Gestalt theory and practice, which complements his engineering background and contributes to his understanding of individual and team dynamics in business. Michael authored 11 Bestsellers in the fields of Influencing, Agile Project Management, and Team Leadership. His latest is Agile Revolution - Transforming From command and control scope to collaborative customer driven culture.