Monday, January 11, 2010

How to Make Your PMO Improve Organizational Success so You Can Look Good to Management

Is it possible for a Project Management Office (PMO) to actually improve organizational success? The answer to this question is quite simply, "Yes."

Here’s why.
A recent research study of PMOs around the world reveals some very interesting findings about how some PMOs have actually improved their organization’s results despite a slower economic climate. You can learn the secrets of their success by reading the full 2010 Research Report, "How Project Management Offices Can Improve Organizational Effectiveness." The report includes helpful advice to get your PMO or EPMO to contribute positive results for your organization:
•How to apply project management to increase organizational success.
•How to create supportive structures necessary for project management to thrive.
•How to gain sponsor and management support for your projects.
•How to communicate and market the PMO/EPMO to the department and/or entire organization so they understand why it’s important to them.
•How to manage the challenges of managing multiple projects (portfolio management) successfully.
•How to deliver consistent project processes, tools and templates that will improve project success rate.
•How to document and retain knowledge from projects for future benefit.

Order Now and Save
You can order the report to receive generous savings before January 25, 2010. For more information about this useful new project management research study go to or download a free executive summary at