Since PMOs began to appear in organizations, academic researchers, and project management practioners and their organizations have been asking how to best structure them; what services and the roles and leadership styles should they adopt to provide the maximum value.
The problem is that most of the recommendations have created confusion and are piecemeal in their approach. This knowledge has only become evident in the past few months after three years of building an integrated set of frameworks covering the world of PMOs and the world of projects, programs and portfolios.
High-performing PMOs are more than three times as likely as their low-performing peers to reach their full potential in contributing business value to their organizations. In 2012, a survey from PMI® (2013) showed that PMOs completed an average of US$100 million worth of projects. Additionally, they delivered around US$71 million in value by way of revenue increases and/or cost reductions. The problem is that less than 33% of PMOs reach the full potential which indicates a limited understanding in how PMOs should be defined not only at the project, program and portiolio levels but also what they do, how they do it, and the configuration that optimally supports the organizational needs of today, and tomorrow.
This course brings together the latest in academic research and expert practices from the international experts who have also contributed to international standards in the domains of PMOs, projects, programs and portiolios. This certification course is guided by the recently completed AIPMO Master Framework© which is an integrated set of frameworks that provide attendees the building blocks of the world of PMOs and the world of Projects, Programs and Portfolios.
If you are interested to attend this Training, please contact Martin Andenmatten, email@example.com