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John P. Reiling: Project Management Office (PMO) – Challenge and Opportunity

A Project Management Office (PMO) is the hub for project management for any organization that has one. It can take different forms, but in all cases needs to produce value through better management of projects for the organization. It also is more than a hub for processes, best practices, and expertise on project management; a PMO needs to align closely with the organization’s strategy in order to address those things that matter most.

Working in a PMO…or setting one up…can be a tremendous opportunity to you! It can provide great exposure to company strategy, the intersection between that strategy and implementation, and all the best that the organization can put together to manage projects effectively. And that is, of course, if the PMO is run well.

There are many challenges to a PMO, and they require a plethora of skills. A PMO needs to be able to grapple with investment decisions – like what to do with the organization’s resources – through project portfolio strategy and execution. It must provide systems for monitoring and controlling project resources and driving success. It must be able to manage changes of all sorts within an organization.

The core asset of a PMO is the people who bring these skills to the table. Having the PMP certification is a big start…and having broad experience on projects across the organization is also helpful.

But there is a set of additional skills that are above and beyond…that contribute to PMO success and can really move your career forward. The PMO skill set is really an integration of skills, from managing change, to strategy and business analysis, to expertise in methodologies like agile, to captial budgeting, and much more.

Working in a PMO can be a great career growth opportunity, and it pays to understand what a PMO is all about and prepare yourself. Whther you are in a large or small organization, PMO skills can help you contribute to the systemization of the project management function.

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John Reiling, PMP
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