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.

 

Top Ten Trends in PMO for 2017

Another year rolls around and writing an article like this is a good time to reflect back from the previous year and think about what’s coming up as the new year stretches out in front of us. You can take a look at the trends in PMO for 2016 to see if your PMO picked any of them up. Now ...

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Two Learning Tools for the PMO to Use

Earlier this year we held our first session on “learning lessons from projects” in a PMO Mini-Masterclass held in Central London (you can take a look at the whole session here). The session looked at ways the PMO can get involved in that process we call “lessons learnt” (yet we all seem to dislike that phrase!). A framework was introduced, ...

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Sing When You’re Winning

Well done to everyone at the first PMO Karaoke the world has ever seen! It was a nerve-wracking thing for some people (me included!) who had never got up there before and sung in front of a crowd. The Introverts certainly did Unite! In true PMO style we did lots of group singing – we stick together when faced with ...

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Top Ten Messages from the PMO Symposium 2016

This year’s theme at PMI’s PMO Symposium was all about Benefits Management, a big change from last year where the talk was all about portfolio management. There were about 700-800 people in attendance over the three days – and the set up was the same as last year. Some opening keynote speeches – a learning excursion (I picked the hospital ...

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Learning Lessons the Hard Way

Back in September the PMO Mini-Masterclass started tackling the subject of lessons learnt. You’ve probably noticed from the image above that we wanted to make sure we focus on the role of the PMO in facilitating learning rather than merely collecting “lessons” and sticking them in a database. We had Ken Burrell running the session (you’ve probably seen Ken’s previous ...

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Agile PMO – How Much is Enough?

In October it was the annual Agile Business Conference in London and we asked PMO Flashmob regular Brenda Nombro to go along to the conference to find out more about what the PMO community could learn from the conference. Brenda will be creating a few articles on different presentations she attended. Here’s Brenda to tell you more The conference agenda ...

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