Many of us are working from home right now – who knows for how long! We’ll be #PMOwfh for a while. PMO Flashmob and HotPMO will be hosting a weekly call for any PMO practitioner who is working from home – every Wednesday at 3pm for the foreseeable future. It’s a weekly escape from climbing the walls – an opportunity ...Read More »
Next PMO Flashmobs \\What’s Happening?
Technology continues to make advances that can be embraced or ignored (at least temporarily) by our PMOs. The latest bunch of technologies include Artificial Intelligence (AI), Robotic Process Automation (RPA), Machine Learning (ML) and Predictive Analytics (PA). Few PMOs have embedded these technologies, with many more not fully understanding what the technologies can do, but concerned by the scare stories ...Read More »
PMO Flashmob is back on Thursday 23rd April in London with an evening focused on Portfolio Management level PMO and specifically looking at improving the maturity levels of portfolio management within your delivery organisation. During the session we’ll be looking at the 17 questions that need answers – 17 different areas that need consideration when looking to embed and improve ...Read More »
WE ARE CURRENTLY LOOKING TO MOVE THIS TO AN ONLINE SESSION – MORE DETAILS TO FOLLOW This evening’s session is led by Lindsay Scott and John McIntyre, and it’s a subject that many PMO practitioners have perhaps not given much thought to yet. In a recent PwC Annual Global CEO survey (2019) 85% of CEOs agreed that AI will significantly ...Read More »
PMO Flashmob is back in London on Thursday 19th March at the ‘Never Knowingly Undersold’ retailer and Christmas ad we all wait for – John Lewis. By popular demand, we have John McIntyre with us (recently did the session in Coventry that everyone wanted to see!). This session is very, very similar! This is what its all about: Many PMOs ...Read More »
We’re back in the pub for the February PMO Flashmob which takes place on Thursday 27th February. We’re in the old Victorian pub – The Old Crown – which has a great little space for us on the second floor. The Old Crown can be found on the corner of Museum Street and New Oxford Street – 33 New Oxford ...Read More »