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Special Report on

Program Management Office

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North America leadership realized they had a problem with the delivery and execution of some of their projects. Although the issue was not widespread, it was clearly effecting client satisfaction. During a month-long analysis effort several large projects were reviewed, a number of clients interviewed, and brainstorming sessions held with many consultants. This process uncovered three deficiencies we thought were critical to our clients' ongoing success: A lack of rigor in the process of project management Absence of a formal means to assess, develop and measure the capability of its project management practitioners. A ...
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REVIEWS AND OPINIONS
Homeland Security's (DHS) Office of Intelligence and Analysis
"Thus it is said that one who knows the enemy and knows himself will not be endangered in a hundred engagements."                            Sun Tzu, The Art of War. Testimony of Under Secretary and Chief Intelligence Officer Caryn Wagner and Principal Deputy Under Secretary Bart Johnson, before the House Committee on Homeland Security , on the Office of Intelligence and Analysis' Vision and Goals Release Date: May 12, 2010 Introduction Chairman Harman, Ranking Member McCaul, and ... market research, surveys and trends
Why the Sudden Proliferation of Program Management Office (PMO ...
While researching and writing this PMO blog, I have observed that, in the last several years, project-focused organizations have increasingly expanded the use of (or created) Program Management Offices within their organizations.  Historically, the PMO concept first appeared in Information Technology or Information Services organizations, principally because those structures advocated and sponsored more disciplined and consistent/repeatable processes including change management, applications development, and project management processes.  From IT and IS organizations, the PMO then became more widespread in Shared Services ... market research, surveys and trends

SURVEY RESULTS FOR
PROGRAM MANAGEMENT OFFICE

billion dollar baby – DC Velocity
The freight management contract signed late last year between the U.S. Department of Defense and Menlo Worldwide Government Services is a big deal in more ways than one. By Steve Geary The late Sen. Everett Dirksen is credited with this unforgettable line: "a billion here and a billion there, and pretty soon you're talking about real money." If anyone knows just what he meant, it's the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD). Late in 2007, DOD's U.S. Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM) signed a contract with Menlo Worldwide Government Services that's worth an estimated $1.6 billion over its potential ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
All about Project Management Offices: Planview's PMO 2.0 Survey
I've now read the report for the second time - yes, it is that interesting. I also wanted to make some notes. Let me first compliment Planview. This is an excellent work and continues to reinforce their leadership in the PMO space. Terry Doerscher is their Chief Process Architect and driving force behind the PMO 2.0 initiative, and the chief contributor to Planview's thought leadership. No, I am not getting paid, and no I do not have a Planview system. I ran a PMO that had one and liked it very much, but no kickbacks (yet anyway). On to the survey. The survey was given to over 1000 PMO directors, managers, staff ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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INFORMATION RESOURCES

The Project/Program Management Office (PMO)
The Project/Program Management Office (PMO) is the fastest growing concept in project management today and is key to effective implementation of project ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Policies & Program Management - OFFICE OF WORKFORCE MANAGEMENT
Policies and Program Management Office. Function. Name/E-mail. Phone. Alternate. Phone. Director. Jim Faulkner. James.P.Faulkner@NOAA.Gov. Silver Spring, MD ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
Program Management Office : which is your experience ?? | LinkedIn ...
Project Management (2), Mentoring (1), Risk Management (1), Exporting/Importing (1), Customs, Tariffs and Taxes (1), Intellectual Property (1), Change Management (1), Manufacturing (1), Market Research and Definition (1), Career Management (1) Walter, the PMO activities depend upon the charter with which it is created. In most companies, the PMO is in charge of the projects portfolio, being them external or internal. In case of external projects, the PMO team is the interface with the customer and handles the execution interfacing with the Supply Chain. The activities that you are listing are, in general, all managed by the PMO ...
What is the meaning of PMO? - Yahoo! Answers
As with so many other definitions in the world of project management, it can have multiple meanings. In many cases, it stands for Project Management Office, yet we are seeing examples where it also stands for Portfolio or Program Management Office as well. To get some sense of the "Tower of Babel" of Project Management, if you look at research done by GAPPS, there are something like 4 "buckets" or definitions of "Program Management" http://www.globalpmstandards.org/index.php/program-manager-standards/defining-program-types.html and to further illustrate the challenges we face, if you look at Max Wideman's Comparative ...