PMO Mob Yield

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.

 

The Counter Arguments – PMOs are in Decline

Take a look at the opening arguments that support the motion, and those that don’t. Following the audience debate and the chance to ask questions, Eileen Roden took to the stage to continue her opposition to the statement, PMOs are in Decline. I want to address PMO careers. I started off as a programmer (I was rubbish at that), then ...

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Against THIS HOUSE BELIEVES PMOs ARE IN DECLINE

If you’ve not read the opening argument for the motion, take a look at it here Eileen Roden, Senior Manager at QA and author of the recent P3O Refresh took up the mantle to argue against the motion: THIS HOUSE BELIEVES PMOs ARE IN DECLINE Here’s how Eileen argued against the motion: “First of all we need to congratulate Lindsay ...

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The PMO Debate – THIS HOUSE BELIEVES PMOs ARE IN DECLINE

THIS HOUSE BELIEVES PMOs ARE IN DECLINE Before the debate started, we wanted to give the attendees a chance to think about the motion. Were they for it, against it, or undecided? Those against it felt that there was no evidence to support any decline, in fact there were more job advertisements for PMO, the publication of P3O and a ...

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PMO Town Hall or Old Folks Home

Here’s a little exercise for you.  Grab a piece of paper and a box of wax crayons and draw me a picture of the Loch Ness Monster. Sure it doesn’t exist in any tangible form but you know of it and you can give me your interpretation… Three humps, water, wearing a Tam O’Shanter and kilt… That kind of thing. ...

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What makes a PMO an Enabler of Change?

At the last PMO Flashmob we had a Learn and Live session – a PMO Cafe! World Cafe’s are a way of getting a bunch of people to focus on a particular topic and to talk through what their views and opinions are. One of the menu items was, ‘What makes a PMO an Enabler of Change?’. This question stemmed ...

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