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Don’t Let Perception Kill Your PMO

Things will not always go perfectly in the PMO or in a project. Yet most of the time, the things that go wrong will be more like bumps in the road than death-bringing potholes. What if important people do not see it that way though? Perception is important. If stakeholders …

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Strategic Skills PMO Leaders Must Possess

If a PMO is not acting strategically, then it is missing the point completely. As such, PMO leaders must always have their eyes on the bigger picture. In a post for the PM Perspectives Blog, Rebecca Leitch identifies some of the specific skills PMO leaders must have in order to …

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Is It Ever Right to Make the Wrong Decision?

Analysis paralysis marks the beginning of the end for many otherwise great projects. Every delayed decision, whether from a project team or an executive, becomes a bottleneck on project and PMO progress. As such, a post at PM Majik wonders if it is ever right to make wrong decisions for …

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How to Spot a Priority Project

Some projects inherently matter more than others to the business, though the reasoning may not always be obvious. In a post for Project Management Tips, Elizabeth Harrin identifies some of the ways to spot a priority project. For instance, projects that enable other business capabilities will likely take precedent. Even …

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