Monthly Archives: January 2019

Really Learning Lessons – PMO Mini-Masterclass – 24th January – London

We’re kicking off the New Year with the first PMO Mini-Masterclass session in London on Thursday 24th January. We’re learning lessons and you’re invited. Most project management approaches incorporate a set of activities often referred to as lessons learned, in which project management professionals try to use the experience gained from running a project to improve the way that they ...

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Agile Frameworks – The Implications for a PMO \\ 28th February – London

Which Agile Framework – Does it Matter? The Implications for a PMO All scaling frameworks share some common patterns: Scrum at the team level, many teams sharing the same backlog, planning done collaboratively across teams, and the general principles of pull, self-organisation and continuous improvement.  What does this mean for a PMO?  What are the differences between the main agile ...

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Top Ten Trends in PMO for 2019

It’s that time of year again when we take a look into the possibilities of PMO land next year. We’ve been doing these articles for a couple of years and we don’t tend to be too far out. Take last year’s for example: Here are last year’s trends (the full article can be found here): Agile PMO will continue to ...

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PMO KPIs, Metrics and Measures – Project Challenge – 21st March

We’re back at Project Challenge this Spring with the usual exhibition stand with our squashy cushions and general red overload thing going on. You’re welcome to join us – just to visit the stand or grab a seat and chat to other people also attending the show. It takes place for just one day this time – Thursday 21st March ...

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