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.
At last week’s PMO Flashmob (I’m still pulling together the outputs!) I mentioned that the Project Management Census had just been launched and how I’d love to be able to make a “special” report focused just on PMO. This is the tenth year of producing it and this year we’ve focused on certain sets of questions based on the role ...Read More »
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 ...Read More »
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, ...Read More »
Last night’s PMO Flashmob took place in a little place that wouldn’t look out of place in a Dickens novel. The Samuel Pepys bar on Stew Lane looks out across the Thames to the Tate Modern, certainly a photogenic spot! So against a true London backdrop PMO professionals from across the capital came together over a pint or two to ...Read More »
Last month’s PMOFlashmob was all about Agile PMOs – that’s PMOs that support Agile projects (just to be clear!) We were lucky in two respects – we had an excellent venue in the shape of the Institute of Education at 20 Bedford Way in the heart of Bloomsbury. This gave us the space and the ability to invite a guest ...Read More »
At the last PMO Flashmob in July we spent the evening talking about our careers. One of the questions asked – and one that I frequently get asked – is how to manage a career in PMO. This is primarily for people who have been working in some kind of project support role who are keen to develop their capability ...Read More »