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The Program Management Office: Establishing, Managing and Growing the Value of a PMO

The Program Management Office: Establishing, Managing and Growing the Value of a PMO (Hardback)

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The effective management of project portfolios - including short-term projects, large multi-project programs, or both - has become a growing challenge for industry, government, and other institutions. Many organizations have identified the need to set up centres for the co-ordination and practice of project management, thus allowing them to work more effectively and to their best ability. This volume provides expert advice, information, concepts, and working models for all organizations wishing to improve, standardize, and optimize their project management. It covers all aspects of establishing a program management office (PMO), from selecting a leader, structuring the PMO, and defining a workable charter. It also takes a detailed look at the three primary missions of the effective PMO - developing, managing, and growing portfolios; mentoring and actively managing projects; and the education, training and development of those involved with a project knowledge base.

BusinessBusiness & managementManagement & management techniquesProject management Publisher: J Ross Publishing Publication Date: 01/09/2006 ISBN-13: 9781932159592  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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Craig Letavec is a certified Project Management Professional, and currently serves as a member of the Board of Directors of the PMI Program Management Office.

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