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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influence and drive thought leadership and organizational improvement. And yet 90% of projects still do not meet time/cost/quality targets. There are many reasons for such failures and technology is not the most critical cause, but rather poorly defined goals and objectives, inadequate project management implementation, lack of communication, and unfamiliarity with scope and complexity, and executive management buy-in. Most project failures are due to lack and/or improper implementation of project