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Welcome to the latest edition of the APM PMO SIG Newsletter! In this quarterly issue you can find out about what have we been up to in the first months of 2016, including new initiatives launched, exciting upcoming events, and all the latest news from around the industry. Finally, we had our AGM just a couple of days ago and are happy to announce the composition of the 16/17 SIG Committee, and extend a warm welcome to the newly elected Committee Members!
The book is disruptive, not least because it rubbishes many of the approaches that we are familiar with and may have used, or continue to use. disruptive [dis-ruhp-tiv] adjective 1 causing trouble and therefore stopping something from continuing as usual 2 relating to or noting a new product, service, or idea that radically changes an industry or business strategy, especially by creating a new market and disrupting an existing one
The following committee nominees put themselves forward for election, and all were voted onto the PMO SIG during the 2016 AGM. The structure of the PMO SIG will focus on some key areas for the year ahead.
The nominations for the PMO SIG committee has now closed and a list can be found on the attached document of the volunteers and their reason for wishing to join the 2016/17 PMO SIG committee.
Simon George, PMO SIG Committee Member, shares his experiences at his first Volunteers Forum last March in Cambridge.
On 17th March 2016 the APM Presents event was held at the Radcliffe Hotel in the environs of Warwick University (Coventry). 13 APM Specific Interest Groups held 3 sessions each (either ½ or 1 hour in duration).
We deal with 400,000 words per day – no wonder we sometimes don’t feel like we get anything done!!
Welcome to the latest edition of the APM PMO SIG Newsletter and the first of 2016! In this quarterly issue you can find out about what have we been up to, including a preview of our 2016 plans, upcoming events, and all the latest news from around the industry.
A definition of a Project Management Office (PMO) is ‘a group or department within a business, agency or enterprise that defines and maintains standards for project management within the organisation. The PMO strives to standardise and introduce economies of repetition in the execution of projects.
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