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Building an effective PMO culture webinar

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One of the key PMO challenges remains the difficulty of successfully sharing the services, progress, and value add to the wider organisation. This webinar is here to help!

During most of our PMO events, you tell us that it is extremely difficult to spread the PMO word in your wider organisation. We took this as a challenge and this webinar is the output of our PMO SIG experience, and a roundtable discussion where PMO professionals debated why it’s difficult to bring a PMO culture to life, how it has worked in some organisations, and identified tips for success.

Emma-Ruth Arnaz-Pemberton is a Project, Programme and Portfolio specialist with extensive experience in the change management industry and a particular focus on collaboration, PMO conception and strategy, method and capability development.

As the Director of Consulting Services for Wellingtone Project Management, Emma-Ruth is responsible for all services within the PPM DNA ethos; including PMO implementation, project definition, and PMO metrics.

She is currently Chair of the APM’s PMO SIG, an APM Accredited Trainer, and involved in various project management charitable organisations. The PMO SIG aims to provide a collaborative open forum for PMO practitioners, and anyone with an interest in the role of PMOs, to get together, share ideas, offer support and advice to the PMO community, and to create valuable practice-oriented knowledge, which helps drive the PMO profession forward.

This webinar content is suitable for professionals with a beginners level of experience.

Emma-Ruth has very kindly allowed her presented material to be made available for viewing.
The slides have been listed on Slideshare and the webinar recording on YouTube are now available in our APM resources area and also below for reference.




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