March 10, 2022, 2:00 pm EST/11 am PST
As organizations change, tackling greater numbers of projects, while investing organizational resources, the pressure to become more efficient and effective increases. Project Management Office or PMO is becoming a popular choice to address this question of project intensity and the need for sustainable project execution. PMOs are rarely the same across different organizations, even though many of them share common capabilities and features. This is partly reflected in the uniqueness of each organization’s situation and partly because the challenges and opportunities are different. Hence, while most of the project professionals are familiar with the “PMO”, chances are, no two experiences are exactly alike. These concerns raise a serious question on how to best develop and nurture an effective PMO like what capabilities should the PMO have? What are the benefits? How would you build and maintain a good PMO? This webinar attempts to address these and other questions.
- Strengthen your understanding on both the value and challenges of PMOs
- Be a more knowledgeable project professional, especially for those who work with or within a PMO
- Conceptualize a model of PMO that is suitable for your organization
- Participants also earn 1 PDU
Who Will Benefit?
- Project professionals who are working in organizations with an intense project environment
- Business and functional professionals who are stakeholders on projects working in a PMO environment
- Busy PMO administrators who are coordinating large numbers of projects
- Up and coming project professionals who want to sharpen their skills and knowledge of PMOs
Dr. Te Wu, PhD, PfMP, PgMP, PMP, PMI-RMP
Prof. Dr. Te Wu is the CEO of PMO Advisory (PMI Authorized Training Partner), an Assistant Professor at Montclair State University, and a visiting professor at CEIBS (Ranked #1 in Asia and #4 in the world by Financial Times). Te is certified in Portfolio, Program, Project, and Risk Management. He actively volunteers, serving as the Director of Symposium of PMINYC and as a U.S. Team Lead on ISO Technical Committee 258 (for project, program, and portfolio management). Previously, he also served on core teams for portfolio and risk management standards. Dr. Wu has published multiple research articles and seven books.