Project Management Institute

Outsourcing Done Right

Too Many Organizations Take the Plunge without Setting Themselves Up for Success

Organizations often encounter a range of challenges when they outsource their project management. Some of these issues need to be addressed at the beginning of the journey, while others require ongoing attention after the outsourcing contract begins. Regardless of the timetable, in my experience, there are four must-have elements in a successful project management outsourcing program: the right leaders; a true partnership; a transition period; and meaningful measurements.
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