Project Leadership Services
As competitive pressures increase, the imperative to invest wisely and to ensure those investments come to fruition also increase. Having a clear view into your portfolio of business initiatives and an effective way of allocating budget and resources to each can yield significant returns.
Conflicting priorities, constrained resources and tight timelines contribute to a complex situation. While organizations have created Program/Project Management Offices (PMOs) to help solve these problems, many are still in their infancy and are not able to deliver the type of results needed to advance their organizations’ strategies.
PMOs should strive to position themselves as business partners, not order-takers. To do this, PMO leaders should consider five key strategies, and focus on objectives that advance maturity.