Monthly Archives: April 2019

PMO Slashie

Driving home last night there was a piece on the radio that was covering recent research that 320,500 self-employed people in the UK are working two or more jobs. I think it’s likely to be a lot more than that but the report, by the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed (IPSE), is probably covering a particular section of ...

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The Reporting Chasm Between Execs and the PMO

Many thanks to Rupert Taylor and the team from Kivue for the webinar on Bridging the Chasm Between Execs and the PMO today. There’s lots of food for thought when it comes to the PMO being able to provide concise and visual reporting to meet the needs of executives. Many were especially interested in the Bar (no surprise there then) ...

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Is Project:Hack for the PMO Practitioner?

Been hearing a lot about Project Data Analytics recently? Yes us too! It’s one of those things we see every so often in PMO (portfolio management, benefits, Agile have been just some of them over the years) which (a) we need to know about because it’s part of our job to know everything about project delivery (b) it has the ...

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