The term program management office (PMO) has been around for some time. Its core concepts, methods, and benefits have remained constant, while resources and tools have changed somewhat over the years. But not understanding what a program office is and when it should be leveraged is a common pitfall and reason for failure. Find out more about the program office, and its roles, processes, and responsibilities.
a specific situation and environment. A majority of project offices created in the past 2-5 years were looking to achieve increase project delivery success, increase their alignment between technology and business departments, improve their strategic goals, increase cost efficiency, and focus on core project management areas of scheduling, project financials, scope creep, project resources. The Problem Most common reason for failure is not taking the time to establish a clear understanding of Program