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.
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and Mentoring, Communications Management, resource management, Risk / Issues Management, Project change Control, Project Planning and Monitoring, Quality Assurance, Financial Management, Testing, and Project Coordinators assigned to the respective project within the program. A sample structure is depicted in the following diagram. This approach can and should be modified on a case by case base and could reflect other areas such as Organization Change, Green Sustainability, etc... Program Sponsor A