A practical practice

Though the costs of setting up a project management office (PMO) may seem unnecessary to non-project management professionals, especially to budget-conscious executives, PMOs--according to a study discussed in this article--usually deliver significant returns on investment (ROI) and enable project teams to operate more efficiently and effectively. This article features four project management professionals discussing how operating a PMO strengthens their organization's project performance and supports its overall business activities.
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