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  • 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…

  • Supersizing PMO performance member content open

    By Bourne, Lynda Many technically competent project management offices (PMOs) fail to maximize the value they can provide to their host organizations. Such PMOs-because they often focus only on technology, data, and…

  • Achieving strategic organization objectives through a PMO member content open

    By Alkhuraissi, Sultan A. This paper discusses a case study based on achieving strategic organization objectives by adopting a project management office (PMO) as a tool to manage and align projects within different functions…

  • PMO evolution member content open

    By Giraudo, Luca | Monaldi, Emmanuele Shifting from purely administrative to incorporate the strategic, project management offices (PMOs) are performing a wide range of activities. They are supporting projects and programs outside…

  • 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…

  • Effective acquisition practices = successful government PMO member content open

    By De Mello, Lisa M. | Pegnato, Joseph A. | Webb, Scott The United States (US) Government's acquisition workforce--those individuals responsible for managing public sector contracts with private sector vendors--is facing three significant challenges…

  • Application of organizational project management to a live scenario member content open

    By Walenta, Thomas To compete globally, an increasing number of companies are using strategic project management (SPM) to implement projects that align with strategy and that close the gap between business goals and…

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    New executive demands of projects and the PMO member content open

    By Kendall, Gerald I. For years, project management practices have focused on managing resources to deliver the project on time, on budget and within scope. Excellent project managers are distinguished by their skills…

  • 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…

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