Discussion begins on a proposal for APM PMOSIG
Posted by APM on 12th Apr 2011
As part of APMs remit to embrace the many aspects of project, programme and portfolio management, talks are underway on a proposal to bring the independent PMOSIG into the APM community of Specific Interest Groups (SIGs).
In the latest PMOSIG newsletter to PMOSIG members, chairman Chris Walters outlines the key benefits of merging with APM. These include closer working with other areas of the PPM profession, giving new ideas from new perspectives and the ability to campaign and influence industry thinking and the PMO agenda from the inside. Following agreement from the SIG Steering Group to prepare a proposal for the next stage in the governance process, the topic will be on the agenda at the May SIG forum.
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