PMO KPIs, Metrics and Measures – Project Challenge – 21st March

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 and we’ll be holding a PMO Flashmob event later that evening in the same general area of the Olympia too.

Why not make it a day of PMO-ness?

We’re presenting again too – this time it’s all about the latest Inside PMO Report which will be available on the day for you to pick up. It’s all about:

PMO KPIs, Metrics and Measures

Here’s what we’ll be covering:

How do PMOs measure how useful they are to the business – the value they bring, the benefits they deliver? Why should the PMO even measure in the first place – who are we measuring for, who actually cares and ultimately how do you know if your PMO is successful?

In this session from PMO Flashmob we share the latest insights from the Inside PMO Report produced specifically to explore and answer these questions. The Report is produced following the PMO Manager’s Lunch – an annual event designed to find out what real PMO practitioners do in their day-to-day work.

We asked questions such as why and what do we measure? What happens when there are no measures? How do you measure and when? This session focuses on KPIs, metrics and measures of the PMO itself – a subject that has long been discussed and debated. Join us for real insights that you can utilise for your own PMO.

Register at Project Challenge [it’s free to register and come along]

Remember to save the evening free too and come along to the PMO Flashmob evening event! More details announced soon

About Lindsay Scott

Lindsay is the founder of PMO Flashmob and a Director a PMO Learning - the sister company to PMO Flashmob. She's also the creator of London's first dedicated PMO Conference; Director of Arras People and PMO enthusiast

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