One of the main objectives of a PMO is to support and enable effective decision-making. It’s such a great objective because there’s a lot of scope with how the PMO can do that. From creating reports, giving insights from data, supporting stakeholder engagement activities and the part we can play when people come together to solve problems, make decisions and take action.
In this article, we take a closer look at facilitation skills. Within P3O it states that “the P3O is ideally placed to provide an independent facilitation role” and we totally agree with that.
Over the last few weeks we have already covered several different frameworks, approaches and techniques that the modern project practitioner can utilise in their day-to-day work that make a difference to people and their performance levels. We have also shared ten different things your PMO can be thinking about to make a real difference to the performance of your PMO.
We’ve already looked at the following areas:
In this final article of our PMOs Supporting Modern Project Management series, we take a look at facilitation.