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One of the Top 16 PMO Leaders in the world 2020!

What an honor to be nominated as one of the Top 16 PMO Leaders in the world by PMO Global Alliance. I am super excited about the nomination because I work hard for that recognition. I strive to put out the best product I can using my 30+ years of experience while still working a full-time …

Interviewing over Zoom – our new harsh reality!

As we press forward in our current COVID-19 induced new world, one of the tasks that I don’t see ending any time soon is interviewing over Zoom, Teams…etc., you name the video platform! This means that hiring managers and candidates must now be more aware that the camera is on for that full interview. The …

“P” in PMO = People

There is no shortage of publications on PMOs. Be it a book, a tweet, a blog, an article, a whitepaper, the breadth on this topic is amazing. Despite this wealth of information, there has always seemed to be a gap in depth on both the tactical approach to building a PMO and the topic of …

PMO Staffing Models

Many PMO Managers struggle with understanding what resources they need in their organization. Some PMO managers fill their orgs with contractors only, some with all employees, some actually use both. It is most common for PMO managers to use both, basically following what most companies do across the organization.Well, this is a pretty common question …

How to Run a Successful PMO!

Despite what you might read in the news, or hear at the water cooler, there’s a growing demand for information on building a PMO.  Over the past few months, I’ve had the opportunity to share my perspectives on this topic” based on my book “The PMO Lifecycle: Building, Running, and Shutting Down”. It has been …

The PMO Assessment/Inventory – The 10-Step Process

Over the last fifteen plus years, I have been heavily involved in PMOs in my capacity of building and running them, authoring books, giving presentations, or speaking on the topic. The first thing I do before I start building or running a PMO is to perform a “PMO Inventory.” Remember, this is an inventory, not …

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