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Practical Steps for Getting into Project Co-ordination

I held a careers coaching session the other day for someone looking to get into a project co-ordination role for the first time. I’m conscious that a lot of the PMO Flashmob topics and themes at events might not be newbie friendly and perhaps we should look into doing something like this in the future. What made me write this ...

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The Role of an Effective PMO in Successful Project and Programme Delivery

PMO Learning’s Eileen Roden presented a session at the British Computer Society (BCS) The Chartered Institute of IT’s offices in Covent Garden, London. We’ve added this session to the PMO Flashmob website because we think you might like the content. The BCS PROMS-G event is the meetup for project management practitioners working in IT [ you can take a look ...

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Really Learning Lessons

Do we really learn lessons from our projects? It’s an area of project management that brings much eye-rolling yet the basic premise of Lessons Learnt is something that we all agree is – if done well, will really make a difference to the successful project rate as well as improving performance (and morale) of people working on projects. The subject ...

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Easing into Data Analytics \ PMO Trends for 2019

In this article, Nicole Reilly, who, to be fair is our go-to gal for anything to do with data, dashboards and tool stuff, picks up on the current trend on data analytics. If you’re one of those PMO practitioners who are trying to get your head around all of this at the moment, this is the article to get you ...

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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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What Does an Ideal PMO Team Look Like?

It’s another of our 12 Stand Up for PMO Days Before Christmas and insights from the PMO Unconference earlier in the year. This is the eleventh (pipers piping) and it’s taken from the PMO Unconference Board. At the beginning of the day we asked attendees to post up some of the questions they would like to see covered during the ...

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