Implementing a project management office (PMO) generally allows you to have a standard methodology, to reinforce the project management skills of employees and to track and control project performance. It can also be used to ensure coordination between projects and to play an advisory role with senior management. This implies that its form can vary from one organization to another depending on the environment, but also on the culture, the economic context and the business strategy in place. This training on setting up a project office will help it contribute to the company's performance.
9h to 16h
ObjectivesTo provide the knowledge and skills required to describe the various components of a project management office as well as the ability to effectively implement it.
Targeted audienceProject managers (PM3), advisors, department heads, managers, engineers, accountants and finance specialists.
PrerequisiteKnowledge of project management (Course GE101).
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- Definition of an efficient project management office
- Types of project management offices
- Roles and potential functions of a project management office
- Competency continuum
- Developing good practices
- Maturity level in project management: corporate appraisal
- Project portfolio management and mechanisms used to select projects
- Developing project life cycles and templates
- Organizing a project management office
- Charter of a project management office
- Implementation plan for a project management office
- Project reviews and audits
- Exercises and case studies
9h to 16h