Formal project management methodologies are too comprehensive and rigorous for most IT projects. Some organizations and projects require maximum diligence, but the vast majority of IT environments can’t sustain it. Most IT organizations can establish a viable and effective project discipline without allocating more time to it by making better use of time already spent.
Storyboard: Manage a Minimum-Viable PMO
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Make better use of your project managers’ time. Stop asking them for things they don’t have time to do.
Provide project managers with processes that they have the time to follow.