The Program Management Office Advantage: A powerful and Centralized Way for Organizations to Manage Projects (inbunden)
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Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
288
Utgivningsdatum
2009-11-01
Förlag
AMACOM
Medarbetare
Dwyer, Paul / Habib, Mohsin
Illustrationer
illustrations
Dimensioner
247 x 165 x 25 mm
Vikt
566 g
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9780814414262

The Program Management Office Advantage: A powerful and Centralized Way for Organizations to Manage Projects

Inbunden, Engelska, 2009-11-01
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Already a best practice for the majority of fortune 500 companies, program management has now been embraced by large and small organizations eager to fluidly and efficiently manage all their projects from one central department. This book introduces readers to the fundamentals of program management, detailing the reasons for setting up a program management office, and showing them step-by-step how to do so. readers will find clear, detailed information on a pmo's major functions such as selecting projects, conducting project health checks, providing program management training to the organization, creating and implementing a standardized program management process, and monitoring and controlling the overall status of all running projects. readers will also find helpful definitions and sample forms they can use in completing administrative tasks such as maintaining a risk and issue log, and producing internal and external reports. Both comprehensive and easy to understand, this book is an indispensable introduction to this important and powerful trend in project management.
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Lia Tjahjana worked in the Project Management industry in Australia for 7 years and is currently completing a Master of Liberal Arts in Management at Harvard University. She has a Master of Engineering Science in Project Management and a Bachelor of Civil Engineering from the University of New South Wales in Sydney.

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Contents

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

INTRODUCTION

PART I. OVERVIEW

Chapter 1. DEFINING THE PROGRAM MANAGEMENT OFFICE

Chapter 2. JUSTIFYING THE PROGRAM MANAGEMENT OFFICE

Chapter 3. THE PROGRAM MANAGEMENT OFFICE IN THE ORGANIZATION

PART II. THE CENTRAL ORGANIZER

Chapter 4. CUSTOMER MANAGEMENT

Chapter 5. VENDOR MANAGEMENT

Chapter 6. COMMUNICATIONS MANAGEMENT

Chapter 7. PROJECT OFFICE MANAGEMENT

Chapter 8. PROJECT KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT

Chapter 9. PROJECT MANAGEMENT TRAINING

Chapter 10. PROJECT RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

PART III. PROCESSES

Chapter 11. PROJECT SELECTION

Chapter 12. CONTROLLING PROJECT PROGRESS

Chapter 13. PROGRAM MONITORING AND CONTROL

Chapter 14. PROJECT AUDIT

Chapter 15. SYSTEMS TO DRIVE THE PMO

PART IV. A BUSINESS DIVISION

Chapter 16. ESTABLISHING A PMO

Chapter 17. IMPLEMENTING A PMO

Chapter 18. LEADERSHIP IN A PMO

Chapter 19. CAREERS WITHIN A PMO

PART V. CONCLUSION

Chapter 20. FINAL THOUGHTS ON PMO

APPENDICES

Appendix A. SAMPLE PMO BUSINESS PLAN

Appendix B. SAMPLE PROJECT OFFICE TEMPLATES

Appendix C. SAMPLE PMO CHARTER

Appendix D. SAMPLE PMO INTEGRATION PLAN

References

Index

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