People Are Not Resistant to Change

No, seriously, they aren’t. Don’t believe me? Know anyone that has gotten married, had kids, changed jobs, tried a new hairstyle, remodeled their kitchen, bought new clothes, read a new book, taken a class, rearranged their furniture in their house, or any of millions of other large or small changes? …

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What Is a Project Management Office?

The odds are more than good that you know the answer to the above question already, but you probably know a lot of people who are not as clear on what a PMO is. For those people, you might want to refer them to Jen A. Miller’s primer on the …

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Why You Must Track Project Outcomes

Project outcomes are the terrific results that will be yielded from the completion of a project. So it would be crazy not to track them in the PMO. A post at PM Majik provides us a quick reminder of that, along with some additional thoughts. Notably, project outcomes should be …

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Objectives of a PMO

The purpose of any PMO is ultimately to manage and facilitate something for better business results, whether it is projects or something else. A post at PM Majik briefly reviews the major principles by which this purpose can be achieved. For instance, implementing process (and tool) standards and consistency into …

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