Establish an Effective PMO for IT
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A lack of, or low-performing PMO often leads to:
- Difficulty in analyzing and comparing project progress and success.
- Wasted resources and resource conflicts.
- A lack of clarity as to where project interdependencies exist.
- Lack of a consistent, clear view of how projects are performing, leading to suboptimal decisions.
The benefits of building a high-performing PMO include:
- Reduced failed projects.
- Projects delivered on schedule.
- Projects delivered on budget.
- Increased cost savings.
- Increased customer satisfaction.
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Module 1: Evaluate Current State & Gap Analysis
- Define the purpose, scope, and goals of the PMO.
- Analyze key stakeholders.
- Evaluate current and target capability maturity levels and identify initiatives to close gaps.
Key Benefits Achieved
- Defined purpose, scope, and goals of the PMO.
- Key stakeholders identified.
- Identified initiatives to close current and target state capability maturity levels.
|1.1||Getting started & measuring success||
|1.2||Goal setting & completing the charter||
|1.3||Current & target state assessment||
Module 2: Create a PMO Roadmap
- Determine the reporting structure of the PMO.
- Define roles.
- Create best-of-breed processes and tools from existing artifacts.
- Prioritize capability gaps and sequence initiatives.
- Create a presentation to sell your roadmap.
Key Benefits Achieved
- Defined roles, responsibilities, and reporting relationships.
- Completed plan for PMO implementation.
- Completed presentation for management.
|2.1||Define the reporting structure||
|2.2||Establish an initial PMO toolbox||
|2.3||Create the roadmap||