PMO Behaviours

Working Through PMO Behaviours

To be competent in our PMO roles we need knowledge, experience and skills. The fourth component – often overlooked – is behaviour. Behaviour is “observable activity of how one acts or conducts oneself, especially towards others.” In other words, we can see different types of behaviour in others and they can see it in us. An example in PMO might ...

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Seven Habits Of Highly Effective PMO Managers

Last week it was all about meeting PMO practitioners at Project Challenge. We wanted to find out what kind of topic areas they would like to see at future PMO Flashmobs and we had a great response from the many scribbles on the wall of the stand. We also wanted to see where PMO practitioners wanted to see PMO Flashmob ...

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Project Resilience – What PMOs Could Learn

Book Review: Project Resilience – The Art of Noticing, Interpreting, Preparing, Containing and Recovering by Elmar Kutsch, Mark Hall, Neil Turner, Gower Publishing Ltd (Farnham, Surrey) as part of the “Advances in Project Management” series ISBN 978-1-4724-2363-4 222 pages, RRP £45 (review copy supplied free of charge by the publishers) Rating:        **** Traditional project management techniques use experience from previous projects to ...

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