PMO and Project Governance
Project Management Office (PMO)
Companies with established Project Management Office (PMO) are generally more successful in completing projects than those without.
There are multiple projects to control
There are multiple resources from different vendors to coordinate
Projects are dispersed over various departments
There are strategic decisions and priorities to consider
The establishment and the regular assessment of the PMO is mandatory.
Our PMO set up model is driven by the PMI standards and follows 4 steps
The purpose of project governance is to provide a decision-making framework that is logical, robust and repeatable to govern any type of project or program, and independent of the underlying usage of project methodology. In this way, an organization will have a structured approach for conducting both its business as usual activities and its business change, or project-activities.
Nemo Project Governance Model follows 8 guiding principles
Single point of accountability
Clear reporting and metrics
Clear Roles and Responsibilities
Decision making - Stakeholders management Separation
Project governance and Organization structure Separation
Lesson learnt management
Project termination clear criteria
Effective governance of project management ensures that the organisation’s Project Portfolio remains aligned to organisational objectives, and is delivered efficiently and effectively, in a sustainable manner.
Nemo consultants can help you to establish your organization's project governance in order to provides the project managers and teams, with structures, processes, decision making models and tools for successful managing the projects