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  • The PMO

    By Aziz, Emad E What type of PMO can deliver strategy and results? This paper begins with a discussion of the different types and roles of the PMO, defining and explaining the advantages and disadvantages among its…

  • Delivering business benefits through projects, programs, portfolios and PMOs member content open

    By Thiry, Michel | Matthey, Alexander Several previous studies on project success have proven that successful project teams get the executive support they need to succeed. But when such support is obstructed because of power struggles…

  • Organizational project management vs. business management member content open

    By Stein, Eric Because the operational focus and structure of a project-based organization differs from a traditional administrative-oriented business corporation, many business administrators--the middle…

  • Portfolio management implementation at the IT department of a major mobile telecom operator member content open

    By Porteiro, Rui Organizations lacking a project management office (PMO) usually lack a standard project process, integrated project and resource management practices, information on internal demand for project…

  • From zero to PMO in thirty days member content open

    By Merla, Eddie Operating a project management office (PMO) allows organizations to establish the enterprise-wide processes they need to effectively control their projects, manage their resources, and align their…

  • A paradoxism for project-based organizations member content open

    By Thiry, Michel As more organizations use projects to accomplish strategic objectives, so too are they shifting their organizational structures from a traditional hierarchical model to a project-based organization…

  • Strategic PMO: how to align projects to corporate strategy member content open

    By Fonseca Boto, Elizeu To more effectively compete in today's global marketplace, many organizations are now transforming their traditionally structured project management office (PMO) from a tactical tool into a…

  • Project management office member content open

    By Aubry, Monique | Hobbs, J. Brian | Thuillier, Denis By publishing OPM3 and standards on program and portfolio management, PMI is contributing to the field's expanding view of managing projects, one that involves achieving strategic objectives through…

  • Linking corporative strategy to project management member content open

    By Kenny, Carina Those executives who commonly view investments in project management as a wasteful allocation of important resources often fail to understand the benefits that project management can deliver. This…

  • Accelerating business results by implementing a strategic PMO member content open

    By Brennan, Mary V. | Heerkens, Gary To compete in today's recovering economic environment, organizations must choose--more carefully than ever before--each new investment opportunity, selecting only those that contribute to their…

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