8 Steps to Creating a Great PMO Charter

Let’s assume you have a Project Portfolio Management (PPM) tool in place. Congratulations! You’ve taken the first step in creating a more efficient PPM system. 

And you’ve put your company miles ahead of those trying to manage all of their project portfolios by hand.

If you really want to be successful, you’ll also have a Project Management Office (PMO) to help govern your people, processes, and tools.

PMOs provide more effective project management, particularly when they’re strategically aligned to your organization, and the PMO’s strategic direction is determined by your charter.

Download the white paper below for help launching a new PMO or to make sure yours is designed to handle strategic heavy lifting. It covers everything from getting stakeholder buy-in to achieving successful adoption throughout your organization.

Download White Paper

By Camille Pack|Jul 5, 2018 6:00:03 PM

About the Author: Camille Pack

Camille Pack

Camille Pack has been in marketing for over a decade and started her career as a college composition instructor during graduate school. Technical writing lends itself well to mastery, and in her time at Rego, Camille has offered clients product support, configured environments, and served as both a project manager for an internal reporting group and a business analyst for a large external client. Camille holds an MA in Literature and Writing, a BS in Biology, and is currently Rego’s Marketing Director, where she helps share Rego’s expertise with organizations maturing Project and Portfolio Management.

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