PMO Value Proposition

Rob Llewellyn By Rob Llewellyn

PMO Value Proposition

A PMO is a centre of expertise that facilitates focus on improving the management of projects, programmes and portfolios. While many organisations struggle along chaotically without a PMO (or with a feeble attempt at one), those that adopt a more professional slant to the way they operate and establish a professional PMO (not an admin centre!) are likely to harbour aspirations to build on their PMO foundations over time and provide a real value proposition to their organisation.
I encourage anyone who wishes to learn more about the value proposition of the PMO to read the following three part article by Gartner's Donna Fitzgerald.
Part One – Is it changing?
Part Two – How you define the value is important
Part Three – An example of a personal concept of value
About the author
Donna Fitzgerald focuses her research on strategies and approaches for using program and portfolio management as a way to create unique business value. As a Silicon Valley trained former CFO she brings firsthand experience with making the right investments at the right time in order to realize strategic benefits. As the former partner in a program management consulting firm she has also dealt with the complexities of delivering mission critical programs using an adaptive/agile approach.

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With over 20 years helping managers and leaders generate commercial value from technology, Rob Llewellyn is dedicated to helping the new breed of digital economy professionals write the next digital economy success stories.

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