Tag Archives: resource management

Why Resource Management Continues to Be on the Too Hard Pile and How to Get it Off

Big title! This is the session we gave at Project Challenge the other week. Unless you’ve been on the moon, you can’t have helped but notice we launched our latest Inside PMO Report at the show. It’s Beyond Timesheets: The Challenges and Realities of Resource Management – we recommend you download it and either listen to the session before or ...

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Current Challenges in Resource Management by PMO Practitioners

Last week we were over at Project Challenge – right now in fact, Wednesday morning – probably meeting you if you came along to the first day. Loads of you did come over the two days – some of you reading this are probably brand spanking new to PMO Flashmob so hello! As is the tradition with the PMO Flashmob ...

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Launch of the New ‘Inside PMO’ \\ Beyond Timesheets

This morning we’re launching the latest Inside PMO report at Project Challenge. The report, ‘Beyond Timesheets: The Challenges and Realities of Resource Management‘ will be available to pick up at the show which takes place 22nd to the 23rd March at London’s Olympia. The report is also available to download on the Inside PMO section of the website. What the ...

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PMO Mini-Masterclass – The PMO and Resource Management

** Still a few places left for this Thursday evening ** Ask anyone that works within a PMO, regardless of the type, size or location, and the main challenge they are facing in their PMO is resource management. The role of the PMO in resource management can be vast. It can range from resource utilisation and the need for timesheeting; ...

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Rocks, pebbles and sand

Last night the first ever pmoflashmob took place in Central London. At R. S Hispaniola, with the waves gently lapping against the boat, the mob descended for a few hours of PMO chit-chat. As you can imagine, trying to piece together a little article to give a flavour of the evening is going to be tough – there were simply ...

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