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If your company uses agile project management, you’ll find tracking progress differs significantly from the waterfall predictive model.
Here we unpack the mysteries of Burndown Charts and Cumulative Flow Diagrams
The users are the ones that bring a project management system to life, either as collaborators or external consultants. It is imperative that the PMO believes, manages and offers support to all of them.
Project Portfolio Management Maturity refers to how ready your company is to smoothly execute a project, program and portfolio management strategy.
Tracking expenditure and revenue flows answers one of the burning questions of every board: “How much are we actually investing in our projects?”. This question often crops up when we are talking about internal, IT or transformative projects. The...
Choosing which projects to invest in is a strategic decision to be taken based on objective data. In this article, we explore the problem of subjectivity and analyze the solution that allows management to make decisions based on a business plan, in a...
Everyone´s starting point is different, but we can all agree you need a steady foundation when building anything and your PMO´s framework is no exception. It should be clear and shared by the entire organization. We’ll guide you through planning,...
In this article, we discuss 5 keys to success when it comes to build a Project Management Office.
4 Questions to ask to see if your PMO is heading in the right direction.
A proactive of PMO implementation measures and ultimately determines how a plan promotes corporate strategy. A tactical PMO focuses more on individual project progress. Different types of task PMO are: tactical PMO and strategic PMO
The perfect project portfolio manager needs to combine different skills. In this article, we will address the duties of the portfolio manager and the 10 most relevant skills they can bring to the table.
A PMO’s daily work is no easy task. For this reason, we listed another 6 useful apps to make your life a lot easier.
The last area of knowledge of the PMBOK (Project Management Book of Knowledge) covers the best practices to manage the relationship with stakeholders.