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start a discussion! register log in past issues january 2017 : project management office boosting pmos with lean thinking by mike griffiths january 19, 2017 lean thinking involves focusing on delivering the most value from a customer perspective, while reducing waste and fully utilizing the skills and knowledge of those doing the work. these are all relevant goals for today’s pmo, and the reason that organizations are increasingly using lean thinking to boost value and reduce waste in the pmo. the 'what' and 'why' of pmos by andy jordan january 17, 2017 everything happens for a reason. pmos may be accountable for many different aspects of project delivery, but they must always remember the focus needs to be on the “why” of their work, not the “what.” 10 resolutions to help you and your pmo in 2017 by robert bulger january 12, 2017 ’tis the season for new year’s resolutions. but instead of gym memberships and bucket lists, what about concentrating this year's resolutions on your pmo? try this list on for size. it's designed to give you and your pmo a successful, prosperous and benefit realized 2017. defining the pmo role by kenneth darter, pmp january 13, 2017 what is the role of the project management office? while each organization may be different, there are some common characteristics of pmos that should be considered in order for it to be useful. president signs program management improvement and accountability act december 16, 2016 survey seeks answers on ethics in workplace by projectsatwork.com august 23, 2016 effective leadership depends on making ethical choices. project management institute, in conjunction with qed consulting, is conducting a survey to better understand global differences in ethical decision-making at work. your participation is appreciated. are you and your executive team in harmony? by andy jordan january 3, 2017 as the new year begins, it’s time to look at what the pmo achieved last year and identify opportunities for improvement. for that to be effective, the pmo and leadership must be aligned. pmos: the good, the bad and the ugly by bruce garrod january 3, 2017 3 warning signs your new pmo has lost its swagger by jesse santana january 4, 2017 pmo for emerging technologies by kevin coleman january 3, 2017 in pursuit of the perfectly defined pmo by laura burford december 5, 2016 5 steps for setting up a new pmo by barath balasubramanian december 5, 2016 pmo alignment to company strategy: a two-way street by graham campbell november 17, 2016 advertisement knowledge shelf project performance demystified: the five project phases and how to master them by elizabeth dorey january 13, 2017 this article proposes that the most effective projects naturally develop and evolve through a series of distinct phases and asserts that failing to recognize these transitions helps explain why so many projects fall short. each phase calls for a distinct level and type of engagement. and that’s where your project management approach becomes critical. fiction: a life less balanced a life less balanced: release 4.0 by robert bulger december 1, 2016 with her life anything but balanced, max finds herself in a good place with mac. monday morning at work, however, brings max back to all the challenges that a startup encounters: an analyst call covering the launch of their largest client and an acquisition. the company needs her to be at the top of her game to handle everything they're throwing at her and her pmo! recent blog postings what is your opinion worth? from game theory in management posted by michael hatfield on january 16, 2017 for those of you who are contemplating getting into the columnist/blogger business, i have a little bit of advice. writers who address consistent themes – project management, for example – ... facebook: a professional tool for engagement? training companies think so from the money files posted by elizabeth harrin on january 15, 2017 craig kilford (pictured below), the brains behind courseconductor.com, published an infographic recently that shows how social project management training companies are. the research team (i’ ... recent questions cloud based application :- powers of influence? from project management central posted by deepesh rammoorthy on january 16, 2017 when it comes to introducing a new cloud based application into the organization which group or team should be the most influential? 1) it security team 2) it architecture team 3) it operations team ... life is what happen between meetings from project management central posted by maria t mata-sivera on january 16, 2017 hi, i'm preparing a blog entry about meetings, no more spoiler entry, only the title. in order to do it properly, i'm collecting some information in two different pools entries. ---what ar ... featured webinar premium risk identification techniques: beyond brainstorming by nicki kons january 05, 2017 | 61:24 | views: 1,931 | pdus: 1.00 | rating: 4.89 / 7 there are many risk identification techniques that we can use to identify risks and yet brainstorming is the most commonly used technique. latest research studies into decision making and predictive capabilities give insight on additional techniques and practices which could improve our risk identification rates. what quantitative and quantitative methods should we use to achieve the best results? the focus in this interactive q&a based session will be on how to improve risk identification rates from around 60% of identified risks to 85% of identified risks. voices on project management the importance of accurate communication from voices on project management posted by lynda bourne on january 11, 2017 by lynda bourne a number of recent examples from the corporate arena illustrate that being oblivious to unethical or illegal behaviour happening within an organization is not an acceptabl ... the critical path discussions streamlined! from the critical path posted by kristin jones on january 20, 2017 have you ever wanted to ask a question in one of our discussion boards, but became overwhelmed by the number of boards to choose from? were you afraid that your question would go unanswered in an ... spotlight on: agile when agile collides with a lack of project experience by andy jordan january 19, 2017 not every project involves teams with high levels of project execution experience. when low experience levels collide with agile, we need to be aware of the implications. spotlight on: scope tracking performance by tasks by elok robert tee january 19, 2017 in a traditional project environment, work may be rolling in for the project team as tasks—each task seen as a story from a product backlog. this article presents a worksheet as a tool to track progress of similar tasks on a weekly basis over a project duration. topic teasers topic teasers vol. 90: is agile japanese? 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