Project Management Office (PMO) is the function responsible for the definition or implementation of all aspects of organization project management. The PMO’s responsibilities can range from overall responsibility for project management, including setting effective methodologies and work processes (the project manager is the project’s CEO) to the appointment of project managers responsible for overseeing, supervising and reporting on the projects within their sphere of responsibility.
The process of setting up or upgrading a PMO requires extensive understanding and experience in project management methodologies and the ability to lead the change at the organization. Our company has the tools, methods and experience to provide every organization with a PMO tailored to its size and goals. Our tools and methods are based on the world’s most advanced project management model – PMBOK
The improvement plan is based on one or more of the PMBOK knowledge areas: Integration Management, Scope Management, Schedule Management, Cost Management, Quality Management, Resource Management, Communication Management, Risk Management, Procurement Management, Stakeholder Management
Our advantage lies in a comprehensive understanding of end-to-end processes in addition to project management processes: quality and excellence. We incorporate knowledge and experience from all disciplines into a single organizational process.
We build a road-map for end-to-end management (development, service etc.) The map includes the order of activities to be performed, who is responsible for performing each activity, supporting tools (templates, checklists and guidelines), metrics for determining whether the activity was performed successfully.
|The deliverable of this activity is a clear and concise road-map, which includes all the necessary process activities for carrying out the company’s activities and addresses company’s requirements (including compliance with standards, specific client requirements, etc.).|
Creating tools for the processes identified in the mapping – templates, checklists, training presentations. The templates contain all the process “knowledge-how” required in order to comply with the requirements.
|The result of the activity is a collection of templates and checklists that have been adapted and approved by company representatives.|
We supervise the implementation of processes that are defined through training, reviews of process documents and internal audits.
|The result of the activity is that the company management team and staff work in a common organizational language and process.
This makes it very easy to motivate the all the teams to work towards a common goal.