P3O provides good guidance on how to implement or re-energize a P3O. Here are 6 key areas to focus on:
Some organisations have implemented PMOs but certain mistakes are being repeated over and over again. One reason for this is that PMOs are being implemented from scratch – someone in the organisation is giving it their best shot but they are not using best practice or benefiting from the years of experience built in to the P3O guidance. These are the top 3 mistakes we hear about on P3O courses:
At the heart of MoP are 2 cycles: Portfolio Definition and Portfolio Delivery
MoP has five Principles which represent the foundations of successful Portfolio Management (PfM):
Kate Parrott brings years of real Project Management experience with her when she stands in front of delegates during Advantage Learning's PRINCE2 and MSP courses. She is passionate about PRINCE2 and MSP and believes they make a real difference to projects, programmes and the people working on them.
PRINCE2 is winning friends across the world and one of its most enthusiastic advocates is Richard Tucker in Washington DC
Advantage Learning offers all students pre-course support to help them pass their examinations - but did you know that we also offer FREE post course support as well?
“PRINCE and Project go about things in a completely different way,” explains Paul Atkin, Advantage Learning’s chief executive. “So you have to know how to create a happy marriage from the two different bed fellows: how to organize your Microsoft Project file so that it synchronizes with PRINCE2’s plan and PRINCE2’s way of planning.”
P3O, which stands for Portfolio, Programme and Project Offices is the new best practice guidance from OGC. “The role and focus of a P3O is about doing the right programmes and projects” explains Alan Dismore, P3O Approved Trainer. “It’s about making sure that the corporate budget is spent on the project and programmes with a genuine business case that are going to deliver your organizations priorities.”
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