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Let It Simmer – A PMO Book Club Review

Following on from the PMO Book Club last month, in this post, PMO Flashmobber Juliet Doswell writes a review for one of her favourites. From the title alone I’m sure there are a fair few of you that are thinking this might be a worthwhile purchase 🙂 It’s Let it Simmer – Making Project, Portfolio and Program Management Practices Stick ...

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PMO Books and Birthday Cake

PMO Flashmob is all about meeting up with others who work in PMO and chatting about PMO stuff. We all know that people have different places to go for new knowledge – and if you’re working in PMO, you’ll know its a continual learning process! We thought for the fifth birthday in the pub we would try out the PMO ...

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My First PMO Flashmob

On the 17th May, I attended my first PMO Flashmob, the event on this occasion was more specifically known as PMO Serious Play, held in Manchester. The idea behind this session is to learn and explore the mindsets and behaviours of the PMO supporting Agile based projects and programmes through playing with Lego. Upon arrival, at the event, I received ...

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Agile Project Governance

We headed over to Bristol last month, lovely weather to be tucked up inside learning about Agile Project Governance but definitely worth it. There were so many little gems I took away and I know that other PMO Flashmobbers there on the night had a lot of their questions answered. Essentially we were all there to find out what exactly ...

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Love PMO Flashmob Competition

We’ve been running a competition for the last week or so to be in with a chance of winning a PMO Conference ticket which takes place on the 13th June in London. If you’ve missed the newsletters or you’ve not been signed up on the website before now, here’s your chance to get involved. Our first winner! It always makes ...

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What To Do With PMO?

That was the blog title from a recent post on the APM website which was written in response to the current work being undertaken to refresh APM’s Body of Knowledge (BoK) (from version 6 to 7). The post – you can read it here – talks about how PMOs are not really mentioned in the BoK at all, instead they’ll ...

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