By Suresh R. Iyengar, PE, PMP, SCPM
This ebook aims to highlight functions of a Program Management Office (pmo) Director. It is a collection of articles. Your path to becoming a Program Management Office (pmo) director starts with understanding the work of a pmo director.
What we do - how we do - as a professional or business leads to our continued success.
Article 1: How The PMO Director Defines And Upholds Standards.
The pmo director needs to define and uphold standards so projects repeat business results; improve margins, revenues and preserve quality.
Article 2: How The Head Of PMO Manages Project Ranking
The pmo director needs to manage the rank of projects for staffing, training, tools and software so teams can meet company objectives
Article 3: How The PMO Director Manages Risk And Increases Value
The pmo director directs investments in tools, methods and recruiting the right staff to reduce risk, improve document history and train project managers.
Article 4: How The PMO Director Manages Disagreements, Increases Value
As senior management, the pmo director needs to assist in resolving issues between Owners, Project Managers and Contractors or Suppliers or Customers. This leads to repeat business.
Article 5: How The PMO Director Reports To Executive Management
The pmo director reports to executive management at regular intervals while giving the right data so they can decide quickly to relieve project strains.
Article 6: How The PMO Director Reports To Customers, Suppliers, Partners
Timely reports align customers, suppliers and partners. The pmo director needs to understand each party’s goals and move forward towards a successful project through accurate reports. With clear report content, projects, programs and portfolios will now align with the overall goals of the business.
Article 7: How The PMO Director Aids Selecting Right Suppliers
The pmo director has direct accountability for the SOW. If the SOW identifies success for the project, then suppliers have a higher chance to match their abilities in delivering accurately for the project. This is one method for the pmo director to assist supplier selection.
Article 8: How The PMO Director Leads
PMO directors need to understand why teaching is so important. Lasting leaders excel as teachers. They lead people to their strengths. If someone is failing, they give him or her a hand. They keep moving the needle on results and their trust in people.
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