Project scope and complexity grows with each passing day. Unlike traditional projects, today’s project management offices (PMOs) face an exponential list of responsibilities, and many projects are small portions of whole project portfolios and programs. Unfortunately, successful portfolio management requires more than hard-copy skills. In fact, a successful project office needs to operate with strong organizational skills and goals in mind. Portfolio and project management relies on strong leadership more than anything else. But, an overwhelming majority of project offices continue to fall short in key areas, like organizational maturity and alignment with business and strategic goals. To help your office achieve lasting and expanding success, master these key qualities below.
Numerous roles and continual oversight of projects and portfolios gain their foundations within the project management office (PMO).
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