Professionaliseren, de tool en het Project Management Office (PMO)

jun 4 2012in Blog by Marcel No Comments »

Professionaliseren, de tool en het Project Management Office (PMO) Project management organisaties welke zich aan het ontwikkelen zijn (professionaliseren) richten zich steeds vaker op het aanschaffen & implementeren van een project management tool. Dit kan de volgende voordelen met zich mee brengen: Eenduidige, integrale registratie Koppeling tussen project administratie en financiële administratie Betere management informatie, [...]

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Het inrichten van projectsupport (Project Management Office, PMO)

apr 2 2012in Blog by Marcel No Comments »

Het inrichten van projectsupport (Project Management Office, PMO) Organisaties willen hun projecten almaar beter doen om meer grip te krijgen op de projectuitgaven en het verzilveren van de voordelen (de baten) die projecten beogen. Hierbij heeft een ieder eigen keuzes gemaakt en al een reeks van verbeteringen doorgevoerd. In dit artikel wil ik ingaan op [...]

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Executive Project Governance workshop 9th of March

jan 18 2012in Blog by Karin VinkeTags: , , , ,
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WORKSHOP OVERVIEW Governance of Projects, Programmes and Portfolios can be a minefield and most organisations are left confused with the plethora of different approaches, guidance and Best Practice. The OGC (Cabinet Office) family of products describes governance groups,boards and the SRO / Sponsor / Exec roles for portfolios (MoPTM),programmes (MSP®) and projects (PRINCE2®). The Association [...]

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Data Quality – If you don’t use it, you lose it

dec 19 2011in Blog by Greg RamahTags: , ,
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We have been making a push to improve the quality of our resource and allocation capacity data to “decision grade”.  A lot of work has gone into improving the accuracy of the data so we can make better decisions around the best use of our workforce to support the right initiatives.  There was a collective yell when we were able [...]

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Top Priorities in Project Management

nov 29 2011in Blog by Gwen MillerTags: , ,
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Article Written by Gwen Miller, PMP, APMC, CSM  In my many years of practicing project management, from implementing ERP software systems at Fortune 500 companies, Public Sector and Higher Ed organizations, to setting up and directing two Project Management Offices, I observed one common project management challenge in a sea of differences.  What was the [...]

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Opleidingen PMO

nov 28 2011in Blog by Tjalling KlauckeTags: , ,
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Een succesvol PMO start met een cursus van PMO Institute Graag nodigen wij u uit om kennis te maken met PMO Institute. Organisaties doorlopen met hun Project Management Office (PMO) een leerproces waarbij in eerste instantie de aandacht uitgaat naar het implementeren van een methode. PMO Institute helpt het PMO naar een hoger plan te [...]

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PMO Leader of the Year Award: An opportunity for project and PMO teams to recognize the contribution of their PMO leader

nov 18 2011in Blog by Peter TaylorTags: , ,
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  To celebrate the release of my new book ‘Leading Successful PMOs’ (www.leadingsuccessfulpmos.com ) I have launched a new global competition: The PMO Leader of the Year Award will be presented to the PMO Leader, nominated by their PMO team, who shows the most excellent leadership and understanding of what a PMO can deliver to [...]

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Project Management and the Alien Encounter

nov 15 2011in Blog by Peter TaylorTags: , ,
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I suspect that you will all know this story: Six blind men were asked to determine what an elephant looked like by feeling different parts of the elephant’s body. The blind man who feels a leg says the elephant is like a pillar; the one who feels the tail says the elephant is like a [...]

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Don’t Stop at Portfolio Prioritization – Optimize

nov 14 2011in Blog by Greg RamahTags: , , , ,
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Most organizations have some sort of process to prioritize their projects.  It could be based on strategic value, risk, return (or some combination), or even based on your CEO’s direction.  It’s clearly important to understand the relative value of your projects, but if you just approve and launch projects based on their priority, you may not [...]

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Transforming To An Agile Project Management Office – A Study in Trust and Courage

nov 9 2011in Blog by Gwen MillerTags: , , ,
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Article Written by Gwen Miller, PMP, APMC, CSM  Agile Methodologies such as Scrum, XP, and Kanban are here to stay.  To keep pace, Project Management Offices (PMOs) need to transform from traditional command and control, task oriented organizations to lean and mean agile machines (couldn’t help myself, just sounded cool!!).  Can the PMO demonstrate the [...]

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