PMO Setup Program Objectives:
By the end of the program, participants will be able to:
- Effectively plan and implement a Project/Program Management Office (PMO) in their organization.
- Align their organization strategy and project framework.
- Develop a business case that outlines PMO challenges and opportunities.
- Assess the current organization project environment.
- Apply the Organizational Maturity Model (OPM3) developed by Project Management Institute (PMI)
All individuals involved in establishing, building and managing a project management office (PMO) within their organization.
- Module 1 – Definition and Characteristics of a PMO
- What is a PMO?
- Benefits of the PMO
- Four PMO models
- Typical PMO functions
- PMO Challenges.
- Module 2: PMO Business Case, Organization, Structure and Functions
- Portfolios, Programs and Projects.
- Developing a Strong PMO Business Case.
- Organizational Structure for Projects.
- PMO Types.
- PMO Functions.
- The PMO Project
- Do’s and Don’ts of PMO Implementation
- Obtaining Stakeholder Buy-In
- Module 3: Maturity and the PMO.
- Defining Maturity and Capability.
- Steps for Increasing Maturity Level.
- Pre-Assessment Evaluation.
- Baseline Maturity Assessment.
- Project Management Health Check.
- Maturity Gap Analysis Steps.
- Module 4: PMO Planning, Preparation and Strategy.
- Creating the PMO Charter.
- Objectives and Milestones.
- Using Gap Analysis to Set Milestones.
- Implementation Strategy Phases.
- Measuring Success Metrics.
- Module 5: Establishing a Project Management Methodology and PMO Governance.
- Defining Project Methodology.
- Establishing Methodology Steps.
- Elements of Methodology.
- Methodology Quality Dimensions.
- Defining Governance.
- Governance Framework.
- Module 7: Changing Organizational Culture.
- PMO as a change agent.
- Climate versus Culture.
- Organizational Needs.
- Creating a Project Culture.
- Change Processes.
- Overcoming Barriers to Change.
- The Impact of Change on People