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PMO Flashmob at Your Gaff?

PMO Flashmob takes a break during the summer holidays, behind the scenes we’re sorting out the programme that will take us to the end of 2019 and into the dark and depressing early months of 2020. Back for late 2019 we have the Stand Up for PMO event coming up again – more details on that one soon! For all the other months we’re asking you if you would like to host a PMO Flashmob at your place of work? If you’d like to host a PMO Flashmob event, it’s easier than you probably think. All we need is a ...

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The Realities of Robotic Process Automation in the PMO \ London – 19th September

PMO Flashmob kicks off with the Autumn schedule with our first event in London. It takes place on Thursday 19th September at Valtech in the Angel Islington area. We’re kicking off with a brilliant session from John McIntyre (HotPMO) which he originally did at this year’s PMO Conference. We’ve asked John to do it again for the PMO Flashmob because it’s a subject not many of us really understands and John does a great job of making a complicated subject very clear and easy to understand. We’re also delighted to have him do the session because it really did blow ...

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Project Challenge – Thursday 26th September

It’s Project Challenge time again and we’re back once again. It takes place on Thursday 26th September in Olympia, London. It’s free to attend and you can [register for the event here] We’re there with the stand and with a new session in one of the zones: We’ll let you know what time we’re presenting. Hope to see you there!

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Project Data and Stories for the PMO

At the end of June, in the hottest day of the year, a few PMO Flashmobbers attended a weekend event that PMO Flashmob and PMO Learning were sponsoring. The Project: Hack organised by the Project Data Analytics Meetup team is a two day event aimed at getting the project community closer to the data science community so skills can be combined and magic can start to happen. The next one is in October (12th and 13th) if you’re interested, take a look here. We’ll be letting you know what magic we created soon but in the meantime we wanted to ...

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Soft Skills and the PMO Practitioner

In the last webinar we did, there was a question about soft skills and PMO practitioners today. You can see the webinar [here] The session was abot maturity – getting better at what the PMO does as well as the need for the organisation to mature in the way it delivers its programmes and projects too. An obvious part of that is how we, as PMO practitioners, also view maturity in the way we work – not just the ‘hard skills’ stuff but also how we behave and work with others – the soft skills stuff. The four soft skills ...

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Toolkit Optimisation to Maximise PMO Maturity – Webinar 3rd July

The maturity of the PMO has been a theme area that lots of PMO practitioners have been interested in for a while now. It’s certainly something that is talked about at PMO Flashmob events and at last year’s PMO Conference this theme was explored by Guy Jelley at PPO and it went down a storm. Delegates loved it, so we thought the rest of the PMO Flashmobbers would love it too. Here’s what it is about: The common misconception for PMOs is that by focusing inward on increasing project management maturity, its portfolios, programmes and projects will be delivered more ...

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Project Data and Stories for the PMO

At the end of June, in the hottest day of the year, a few PMO Flashmobbers attended a weekend event that PMO Flashmob and PMO Learning were sponsoring. The Project: Hack organised by the Project Data Analytics Meetup team is a two day event aimed at getting the project community closer to the data science community so skills can be combined and magic can start to happen. The next one is in October (12th and 13th) if you’re interested, take a look here. We’ll be letting you know what magic we created soon but in the meantime we wanted to ...

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Soft Skills and the PMO Practitioner

In the last webinar we did, there was a question about soft skills and PMO practitioners today. You can see the webinar [here] The session was abot maturity – getting better at what the PMO does as well as the need for the organisation to mature in the way it delivers its programmes and projects too. An obvious part of that is how we, as PMO practitioners, also view maturity in the way we work – not just the ‘hard skills’ stuff but also how we behave and work with others – the soft skills stuff. The four soft skills ...

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Toolkit Optimisation to Maximise PMO Maturity – Webinar 3rd July

The maturity of the PMO has been a theme area that lots of PMO practitioners have been interested in for a while now. It’s certainly something that is talked about at PMO Flashmob events and at last year’s PMO Conference this theme was explored by Guy Jelley at PPO and it went down a storm. Delegates loved it, so we thought the rest of the PMO Flashmobbers would love it too. Here’s what it is about: The common misconception for PMOs is that by focusing inward on increasing project management maturity, its portfolios, programmes and projects will be delivered more ...

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Thirty New Ideas for the PMO

’30 new ideas for the PMO’. A great title, for what was the House of Genius at the last PMO Flashmob event, which means the audience gave their insights and shared their experiences for the benefit of another PMO practitioner with an existing problem. We didn’t record the session like we normally do because Chatham House Rules applied. What we can do is share how it worked and how you too could use the same technique or approach in your organisation. I guess you could call it a type of facilitation technique which could be used with project teams and ...

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