The PMO Mini-Masterclass for March in London heads west – it’s the evening after the last day of Project Challenge so if you’re able to get along to that (and listen to our session on resource management – it’s the last one of the day) you could really have a fun packed PMO day by coming along to this session ...Read More »
Next PMO Flashmobs \\What’s Happening?
Should your PMO be dabbling in portfolios? Is it mainstream for you, off-limits or future direction? Our next PMO Flashmob Scotland takes place in Glasgow and we will be looking at what the PMO role could or should be in portfolio management. For many organisations the PMO’s position is one of coordinator and aggregator of project reporting. Somewhere in the ...Read More »
First social PMO Flashmob of the year and we’re heading towards to the Strand this time. We’re back to a pub, real ales, wooden floorboards, the sound of sheep – well the pub is called the Savoy Tup and apparently that’s got something to do with sheep. You can find the Savoy Tup at: 2 Savoy Street Strand London WC2R ...Read More »
We are delighted to be back in Birmingham for a PMO Mini-Masterclass on the Role of the PMO in Driving PPM Maturity. Our hosts are Energy Systems Catapult in their new offices on Priory Queensway: 7th Floor, Cannon House 18 Priory Queensway Birmingham B4 6BS ‘Maturity’ seems to have been one of those words we’ve frequently heard talked about in ...Read More »
The first PMO Flashmob of the new year takes place on Thursday 26th January in Angel Islington and we’re kicking off the year tackling a subject that every single PMO can struggle with – stakeholder engagement and managing relationships. We were inspired to take a look at this subject because we keep hearing lots of conversations like: “The PMO is ...Read More »
It’s that time of year when we thought us PMO people need to kick back and let our hair down. So we thought what two words are you less likely to see together EVER? That’s right PMO Karaoke! The idea came from this summer’s PMO Conference where there was a song introducing each session that had a nice link to ...Read More »