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New Events Coming Soon with the House of PMO Launch

The House of PMO – the new home for PMO Flashmob – opens its doors at the end of April. The new membership scheme will bring multiple benefits to PMO professionals looking for a place to call home. As part of the scheme, a new programme of events will be scheduled and it won’t just be Thursday evenings! We’re looking forward to bringing sessions to you at different times of the day and month. There will be the usual highly interactive virtual events; we’ll be back for in-person meetups and informal chats in the bar. We’ll also be introducing member-only ...

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PMOs Supporting Modern Project Management – Facilitation

One of the main objectives of a PMO is to support and enable effective decision-making. It’s such a great objective because there’s a lot of scope with how the PMO can do that. From creating reports, giving insights from data, supporting stakeholder engagement activities and the part we can play when people come together to solve problems, make decisions and take action. In this article, we take a closer look at facilitation skills. Within P3O it states that “the P3O is ideally placed to provide an independent facilitation role” and we totally agree with that. Over the last few weeks ...

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PMOs Supporting Modern Project Management – Coaching

We’ve talked about this a lot at PMO Flashmob – coaching skills. Skills we could be using to better support those we work within the delivery organisation – skills we could be using within the PMO itself to increase performance and maturity. We’ve talked about the differences between mentoring and coaching – we’ve also talked about being skilled to coach others. There is one thing we’ve agreed on over the years, using different coaching skills is one way for the PMO to really help people deliver projects and programmes more successfully – yet equally, we’re perhaps not as qualified to ...

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PMOs Supporting Modern Project Management – Conflict Management

If there is one thing we can expect from working in project management it’s conflict. Due to the nature of projects – working to provide a solution to something we’ve probably never done before will mean there are problems to solve; people to bring onside; teams to work together and any number of expectations to be met. Believe it or not, some conflict is good and helps us uncover answers to problems that enable the project to move on and be delivered successfully. Over the next few weeks we are going to cover several different frameworks, approaches and techniques that ...

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PMOs Supporting Modern Project Management – Facilitation

One of the main objectives of a PMO is to support and enable effective decision-making. It’s such a great objective because there’s a lot of scope with how the PMO can do that. From creating reports, giving insights from data, supporting stakeholder engagement activities and the part we can play when people come together to solve problems, make decisions and take action. In this article, we take a closer look at facilitation skills. Within P3O it states that “the P3O is ideally placed to provide an independent facilitation role” and we totally agree with that. Over the last few weeks ...

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PMOs Supporting Modern Project Management – Coaching

We’ve talked about this a lot at PMO Flashmob – coaching skills. Skills we could be using to better support those we work within the delivery organisation – skills we could be using within the PMO itself to increase performance and maturity. We’ve talked about the differences between mentoring and coaching – we’ve also talked about being skilled to coach others. There is one thing we’ve agreed on over the years, using different coaching skills is one way for the PMO to really help people deliver projects and programmes more successfully – yet equally, we’re perhaps not as qualified to ...

Read More »

PMOs Supporting Modern Project Management – Conflict Management

If there is one thing we can expect from working in project management it’s conflict. Due to the nature of projects – working to provide a solution to something we’ve probably never done before will mean there are problems to solve; people to bring onside; teams to work together and any number of expectations to be met. Believe it or not, some conflict is good and helps us uncover answers to problems that enable the project to move on and be delivered successfully. Over the next few weeks we are going to cover several different frameworks, approaches and techniques that ...

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PMOs Supporting Modern Project Management – Servant Leadership

Modern project management has been mainly focused on the different methods and delivery approaches for managing projects and programmes. Waterfall, Lean, SCRUM, Kanban, Agile – the list goes on. Utilising the right approach for the right project is key, yet the biggest success factor for successful projects remains the same – effective leadership and management of people in project environments. Over the next few weeks we are going to cover several different frameworks, approaches and techniques that the modern project practitioner can utilise in their day-to-day work that make a difference to people and their performance levels. We also share ...

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