Tag Archives: PMO career

Developing Your PMO Career

We continue our weekly PMO Flashmob meetups on a Wednesday (with the delightful HotPMO as co-host!). Each week (even now eight, nine weeks later) feels slightly out of control as we have group chats; breakout sessions; quick-fire presentations; using different collaborative tools; show-and-tells and the odd jingle thrown in there. We started it, well, because we knew we wouldn’t be ...

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PMO Career Evolution

Another resource for you to check out if you’ve not already, the PMO Strategies podcast is now 37 episodes strong and the latest one features a bit of PMO Flashmob as we talk to Laura Barnard about careers in PMO. The podcast can be accessed through your usual podcasting places or you can listen right at your desk by [visiting ...

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PMO Slashie

Driving home last night there was a piece on the radio that was covering recent research that 320,500 self-employed people in the UK are working two or more jobs. I think it’s likely to be a lot more than that but the report, by the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed (IPSE), is probably covering a particular section of ...

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Advancing Your PMO Career

Earlier in the week we hosted the Advancing Your PMO Career webinar. In this webinar we wanted to cover off the different employment types too – so permanent employees and contractors. We also wanted to look at the different career levels. We used the four levels that we’re using over at PMO Learning, so that’s Project Support, PMO Analyst, PMO ...

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Webinar – Advancing Your PMO Career – 5th December

At Project Challenge I did a session on Advancing Your PMO Career. The recording I did at the show wasn’t too clever so I thought rather than record it again why not just turn it into a webinar and then at least you can ask questions afterwards. Here’s what its about: In this session, Lindsay takes a look at the ...

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Beware of PMO Pay-to-Work Training & Experience Schemes

The world of projects is an attractive arena in which to work. On professional networking sites we frequently see people asking how they can “break in” to projects, often with little or no experience or relevant skills. This creates an environment in which it is possible to “sell” to eager jobseekers with the promise of future reward. One worrying development ...

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