PMOs: Stop Being The Office Of "No"
What Business And IT Can Learn From Each Other To Work More Effectively
November 11, 2011
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Project management offices (PMOs) fail far too often: 50% fail within two years, primarily due to a lack of executive support and the PMO's failure to deliver real value. Prevent this outcome by getting out of the weeds of tactical methodology management and focusing on the essentials that PMO must master to achieve desired business outcomes. Getting there requires changing attitudes and behavior as well as honing negotiation and facilitation skills to enable the business to see the path it needs to take to reach its objectives.
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