The PMO is having to evolve to meet the challenges of what has been referred to as a year of "wait and see", echoing the uncertainty of a global community at crossroads.
We spoke to Quay’s Principal Consultant, Jon Pascoe, to get his insights about why managing the dependencies between teams, budgets, and projects are critical to driving out maximum value and how PMOs play a critical role.
Preparing for a downturn can have significant implications on upcoming and inflight projects, and place increased demands on the PMO. It’s better to be prepared with plans to respond rather be caught by surprise when requests for more information start coming in. Here’s what’s important.
Most project goals aim to improve an organisation’s capability, and in doing so often creates efficiencies, but what happens when the goal itself is the cost out.
The PMO is making something of a resurgence in many organisations, as change and shifting workforce demands are challenging their ability to keep an eye on the trajectories of costs, benefits, and ROI.
Is your PMO ready to fire in 2023? This is a must read for organisations ramping up project investment and transforming or have big expectations for where they will land in 2023.
As leaders look once again to the PMO to provide guardrails and support in project delivery, it’s valuable to acknowledge that each organisation is different and will organise differently – and that the PMO can adapt.
As cybersecurity incidents increase in frequency and severity, organisations can limit the damage by ensuring that hygiene projects remain on the executive agenda.
There are many reasons that technical legacy occurs and there are ample risks that can be resolved with application archiving and prioritising technical hygiene projects.