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Project Management Office: Framework Strategy
IT initiatives driven within silos, where each department maintain its own project management office, inhibits the overall cohesiveness and effectiveness of

project office support  by establishing a centralized project management office (PMO) framework strategy. Typically, most large corporations drive their IT initiatives in a silo fashion, by department or division, using the project management standards, guidelines, tools, and techniques of their own choosing. Often each of these silos maintain their own PMO, frequently referred to as satellite project management offices. An enterprise-wide PMO framework strategy, as described in the following sections, has been developed

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project office support  Without their support, the project team may not be able to get the computers, office space, software, server processing time or IT assistance during the project effort. User Executives are team leaders for the impacted user groups. Their support is critical to improve the chances for success of the change management effort. Without executive support from the user community, project success is at risk and user involvement in testing, training and rollout activities will be inconsistent. 4. The Best Teams Read More

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