Special Report: Implementing a Project Management Office

The Project Management Office (PMO) can be an effective means for centralizing IT initiatives within organizations. Use a PMO to keep IT projects on track, on schedule, within budget, and in adherence to business strategies and goals.

The Project Management Office (PMO) can be an effective means for centralizing IT initiatives within organizations. Use a PMO to keep IT projects on track, on schedule, within budget, and in adherence to business strategies and goals.

Many organizations are efficiently tracking and managing company-wide IT projects through a centralized PMO. This report lists the key steps to implementing a successful PMO that will help to execute projects better, faster, and cheaper.

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This was last published in December 2007

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