Monthly Archives: November 2014

The PMO Nightmare Before Christmas

It’s Christmas, so we thought why not talk about PMO Nightmares when we are all full of festive cheer!? PMO Nightmares Before Christmas I went along to a workshop earlier this month called “The Project from Hell”, it was a good afternoon looking at what makes projects hellish (not out and out failures but those challenges that can threaten a ...

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Agile and Earned Value – A Metric for PMOs?

This week I headed over to Arsenal football ground for the Project Controls Expo. It’s primarily aimed at people who work in the heavier project management industries like construction, manufacturing, utilities, oil & gas etc. As the name suggests it is all about project controls – planning, scheduling and the like. I decided to pop in and see what the ...

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The PMO is Evolving

Last week there was a PMO related seminar held by AtTask, the project management software organisation. I decided to go along to see if this event would be of interest to PMO Flashmobbers (I bumped into a couple there too – a tiny PMO world).  The title of the event, “The PMO is Evolving” sounded promising, as did the location, ...

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