Only two CIOs I’ve ever worked for over the past 15 years have really cared about project management.
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I setup my first project management office (PMO) because despite the success my company had enjoyed over the years (and failures too), I decided that we needed more structure.
Project failures continue to occur despite the countless numbers of audits, reports, anecdotes, consultants and speeches in the public domain advising senior management on what not to do when it comes to project delivery.
Consider this scenario. A government department charged with delivering the IT component of a massive infrastructure program recognised complexity caused its $3 billion project environment to perform in, at times, mystifying ways.
Is your project management office (PMO) seen by your business as a great black hole of cost and despair? Adopting a customer service mind set might help change that view.
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