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Taking Ownership of Tasks in Your PMO Role

In the PMO Competency Framework there is a key behaviour focused on tasks:

Take ownership of tasks and complete promptly keeping customers up to date on progress and completion

In this article, we take a look at what this behaviour means and how, as PMO professionals, we can ensure that we are demonstrating this behaviour in our everyday work.

The definition of a task is a piece of work to be done. It sounds simple and straightforward yet we will look at each part of the behaviour in turn and provide different insights and practical tips on completing tasks.

This article is not focused on time management, we will cover that key behaviour in a different post, it’s about how we perform tasks for successful completion.

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