In practice, interim project management structures involve a combination of internal project resources complemented by market contracting. The Project Management Office (PMO) is such as structure now accepted as an industry practice for the projectised enterprise.

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Such a PMO might be enterprise-wide in its scope or stood up in response to a specific programme.

In either case, our provision of a Programme Management Office (PMO) is an established service available to you. PMO is a management vehicle to accelerate change through fast start-up, established operations and timely close-out.

Enterprise organisations are becoming increasingly ‘projectised’. This means that:

  • The balance between business as usual and special projects is better understood
  • Finance is often allocated between ‘run the Firm’ and ‘change the Firm’
  • Sophistication in building the transient management structures is needed for complex projects

The three objectives of our PMO are to:

  1. Operate and coordinate a transient management structure for the efficient operation of projects and programmes
  2. Build and deploy best practice to generate the greatest value from projects and programmes
  3. Maintain governance and adherence to best practice and standards of project delivery

To understand how our PMO service can help your projects delivery contact us now.

Project Management Office

In practice, interim project management structures involve a combination of internal project resources complemented by market contracting. The Project Management Office (PMO) is such as structure now accepted as an industry practice for the projectised enterprise.

Read more

Such a PMO might be enterprise-wide in its scope or stood up in response to a specific programme.

In either case, our provision of a Programme Management Office (PMO) is an established service available to you. PMO is a management vehicle to accelerate change through fast start-up, established operations and timely close-out.

Enterprise organisations are becoming increasingly ‘projectised’. This means that:

  • The balance between business as usual and special projects is better understood
  • Finance is often allocated between ‘run the Firm’ and ‘change the Firm’
  • Sophistication in building the transient management structures is needed for complex projects

The three objectives of our PMO are to:

  1. Operate and coordinate a transient management structure for the efficient operation of projects and programmes
  2. Build and deploy best practice to generate the greatest value from projects and programmes
  3. Maintain governance and adherence to best practice and standards of project delivery

To understand how our PMO service can help your projects delivery contact us now.

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