Each year we published the trends we think will have an impact on PMOs for the coming year, these are the trends for 2022.
In this session, we asked our lodgers to share their own insights based on the trends this year.
In the recording, you'll hear about some of their choices - including the centre of excellence; new working practices, citizen developer, the hybrid challenge and resilience.
Hopefully, it will give you some different insights into each of those areas - plus watch out for the gorilla!
The predictions for 2022 covers areas such as service management, the centre of excellence, citizen developer, resilience and much more.
Find out how your PMO could be a trendsetter.
In this article we share a presentation from John McIntyre - a passionate and energetic speaker about PMO - about an alternative way of thinking about our development as PMO practitioners.
In this article, we share the live results from the King of PMO Polls and the opportunity for you to get involved too. We've got some great questions such as:
what tool do you use when creating dashboard reporting?
what qualifications do you use in your day job?
what keeps you awake at 3am?
how do you deal with project managers who don't play ball?
It's that time of year again when we take a look into the possibilities and opportunities in the PMO world this year. We've been doing these articles for a couple of years and we don't tend to be too far out.
Every so often it's good to take a sideways view at PMO - think differently, a bit of lateral thinking, that kind of thing.
During the pandemic on the weekly #PMOwfh sessions, we liked to throw in a few different things and in this article, it was all about what we can learn from music.
So sit back whilst we bring wedding singers, jazz bands, Roger Daltrey and Elvis to the PMO context and hopefully give you a little food for thought - or music to your ears.
As we entered an extraordinary year due to the pandemic - how did we get on with our predictions of the trends for 2020?
In this article, Nicole Reilly, who, to be fair is our go-to gal for anything to do with data, dashboards and tool stuff, picks up on the current trend on data analytics. If you're one of those PMO practitioners who are trying to get your head around all of this at the moment, this is the article to get you started. Here's Nicole:
Trends published for 2019 confirm that better data analytics and reporting is a hot topic; PMO Flashmob posted their trends and in this article from Daniel Newman on Top 10 Digital Transformation Trends For 2019 it's number five on the list.
I’ve posted before about my belief that PMOs haven’t quite got to grips with maximising the value of data and providing business insight. So over the Christmas break I’ve spent some time thinking about some top tips I can offer, given my background in business analysis and continued interest in the topic.
Back in late 2017 the Project Data Analytics community launched with the intention of exploring and sharing how to leverage big data, machine learning and AI within a project, programme and portfolio environment - with one of the key questions being how can we move from lagging to leading indicators that ultimately improve project delivery outcomes?
Throughout 2018 audiences at the monthly events in London have regularly been in excess of 100 attendees, clearly demonstrating the level of interest around the topic from both data scientists and project professionals.
Why do so many people show up to the monthly community meet-ups, when there are a wealth of books or free resources available on the web? I believe the answer is fairly simple – we want to connect, and to hear the stories; we want to know who, what, how, where and when the challenges faced were overcome; and we want to meet others who are on the same journey and are willing to share their experiences with us.
It's that time of year again when we take a look into the possibilities of PMO land next year. We've been doing these articles for a couple of years and we don't tend to be too far out. Take last year's for example: Here are last year's trends (the full article can be found here)