Author Archives: Lindsay Scott

Lindsay is the founder of PMO Flashmob and a Director a PMO Learning - the sister company to PMO Flashmob. She's also the creator of London's first dedicated PMO Conference; Director of Arras People and PMO enthusiast

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 ...

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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 ...

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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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Inside PMO: KPIs, Metrics and Measures

We launched the latest Inside PMO Report last week at Project Challenge and it literally flew off the shelves. It’s a subject that many PMO practitioners are interested in but gosh! what a tough subject to get to the bottom of. It started with the questions around the PMO adding value [something I don’t like!] and how the PMO can ...

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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 ...

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PMO Lab: Driving Executive Business Decisions

In the final session from the PMO Lab, we’re looking at metrics and measures that ultimately help to drive executive and business decisions. The PMO’s objective as a function which enables decision-making encompasses many areas. It could be the physical mechanisms that would allow decisions to be made, for example, producing reports, updating dashboards and so on. It can mean ...

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