PMO Mob Yield is the area where we share some of the outcomes to the PMO Flashmob meetups.
It’s intended for both PMO Flashmob attendees and people interested in PMOs who have yet to join us.
We hope to see you at some of our future events.
I downloaded a white paper last week from ca technologies called Business Agility Begins with a Modern PMO: Change Agents. What a title, so much to unpick, so many buzz terms, how could you not want to read that – business – agility – modern – change – agents! The white paper is about the need for the PMO to ...Read More »
The PMO Competency Framework Working Group held its first session last week in London. There were 20 PMO practitioners in the room – all bringing different – great! – experiences to the table. The first session was all about understanding what each person wanted to achieve from being a part of the working group and working through the Terms of ...Read More »
Over the last few years at PMO Flashmob, we’ve had countless conversations about the lack of competency framework and assessment available to the people who work in PMOs. The project managers do alright, so do the programme managers (albeit fewer options than PMs)- they have options from their professional bodies – however the PMO is still without a generic competency ...Read More »
Been there, got the T-Shirt? I bet there are a fair few of you out there that can say that when it comes to working in the PMO. A few weeks back we asked what you would like to see on a PMO t-shirt. Why? Well you’ve probably seen the project manager ones (there’s one to the right that seems ...Read More »
The PMO Conference last month pulled together an eclectic mix of sessions, speakers, practitioners and supplying organisations. People have often asked what the theme for the conference is – it’s PMO. Simple as that. It doesn’t have to have one theme – or one focus – because PMO is so varied, so why not pull together a conference that celebrates ...Read More »
Every so often there’s a time when I think, that’s a really useful cool tool. Then I talk to some of the people at PMO Flashmob – or online in social media groups and they also recommend their stuff too. So I thought, let’s share them on here – and hopefully you’ll add something that you use in the comments ...Read More »