We’re back at Project Challenge this Spring with the usual exhibition stand with our squashy cushions and general red overload thing going on. You’re welcome to join us – just to visit the stand or grab a seat and chat to other people also attending the show. It takes place for just one day this time – Thursday 21st March ...Read More »
Next PMO Flashmobs \\What’s Happening?
When we were looking at the PMO Trends for 2019, this subject was top of the list. There’s a very strong reason for that. Here’s what I wrote: “If you’re anything like me you’ll be fascinated by all the talk about project data analytics and what can be achieved with data science. You’re probably feeling slightly overwhelmed with it all ...Read More »
We’re back with a sponsored webinar which we think you’ll get a lot of value from. Here’s what it’s all about: How engaged is your senior executive team in the project reports you provide them? Discover how to get your execs on board by providing the information they demand in their preferred formats in Kivue’s latest webinar ‘Exec Level Portfolio ...Read More »
Thursday 25th April and we’re at UK Parliament for an evening of experimentation and possibility with our PMO Lab. It takes place at: 1 Parliament Street Westminster, London SW1A 0AA Nearest tube station: Westminster We’ll be kicking off the evening with brief insights from the latest Inside PMO Report on KPIs, Metrics and Measures (launched 21st March with a session at ...Read More »
Thursday 16th May marks the sixth year of PMO Flashmob and it’s our birthday! Each year we like to try something a little different – we have the cake and the presents, that’s a given – we also like to try a different type of get-together. This year we’re going with the House of PMO Genius. Don’t you just love ...Read More »
Which Agile Framework – Does it Matter? The Implications for a PMO All scaling frameworks share some common patterns: Scrum at the team level, many teams sharing the same backlog, planning done collaboratively across teams, and the general principles of pull, self-organisation and continuous improvement. What does this mean for a PMO? What are the differences between the main agile ...Read More »