Rightsizing the Project Management Office for SMEs


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Historically, Project Management Offices (PMOs) have been established to manage large-scale and challenging IT projects in larger enterprises. However, small- and mid-sized enterprises (SMEs) can also benefit from the centralized and institutionalized project management that PMOs bring.

This Info-Tech research report explores the special considerations involved in establishing a PMO in an SME. Topics covered include:

  • What a PMO can bring to an organization.
  • Making the case for a PMO.
  • Reasons against implementing a PMO.
  • The steps involved in setting up a PMO in a smaller enterprise.

A PMO isn't right the right choice for every enterprise, but it could be right for yours, even if it's a relatively small one. Assess the factors that support PMO adoption and pave a path for successful implementation.

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Search Code: 5562
Published: January 17, 2006
Last Revised: January 17, 2006

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