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Published on Sep 3, 2015
Top Reasons why you should know about PMO Now!
Project Management is gaining popularity among many small and medium sized businesses around the globe. PMO acts like a roof or an umbrella for an organization by keeping in place all its project management activities. Helps in standardization/optimization/execution of projects.
By streamlining PMO functions and standardizing Project Management tools and techniques, an organization can avoid risks and failures associated with projects. In order to gain maximum level of effectiveness by designing PMO in a proper manner so as to balance various organizational factors.
Industry experts point out the establishment of an efficient Project Management Office (PMO) as one of the top reasons known to elevate project as well as business performances. A PMO is a division or department right within the organization that rues out the definition, execution, and maintenance of standard processes and procedures that may have any kind of relation with project management.
The video hosted by Mr. Bhaskar will address the key questions relating to PMO such as:
- How PMO can help improve/enhance Project Performance at Organizational Level - Understanding if PMO can actually work in YOUR Organization. - Adopting an Assessment based approach in designing a PMO Framework addressing People, Process and Tool component. - Recommended Approach to set up a PMO. - Best Practices in running and continuously evolve a PMO.
Who Should Attend
This webinar is a must-to-attend event for anyone who is directly or indirectly related to the field of Project Management. People who frequently take up with projects in their organizations such as: Project Managers, Project Sponsors, Project Owners, Team Leaders, Team Members, Senior Managers, Program Managers, Portfolio Managers, Project Staff, Business Analysts, Consultants, Functional Managers, Software Professionals, Project Planners, Delivery Leaders/Managers, Project Directors, Manager/Head Information Technology, Program Managers, Civil Engineers, Research & Development Professionals, Entrepreneurs, and so on.