The back issues of the APM PMO SIG newsletters are available for viewing on this page.
Wellingtone Project Management and the Association for Project Management (APM) Project Management Office (PMO) Specific Interest Group (SIG) have together published our first ‘The State of Project Management’ annual survey. It provides a fantastic insight into the state of project management in the UK and delivers a wakeup call to our industry.
As Chair of the PMO SIG and the year concludes, I cannot help but reflect on the 15th year of the SIG and what we have achieved.
Our Socialising the PMO conference focused on PMO as an enabler to building and supporting Portfolio, Programme, and Project environments in business. It was designed to look back over the years and inspire delegates to think about the future of their PMO.
The APM PMO Specific Interest Group and Wellingtone Project Management are together running our first ever ‘The State of Project Management’ annual survey.
Enabling Change SIG workshop at the PMO SIG’s 15th anniversary conference. On 22nd October, Simon Williams and Elisabeth Goodman, from the Enabling Change SIG committee had the opportunity to facilitate one of the PMO SIG's 15th anniversary conference workshops. The workshop, which ran 3 times, and attracted 30-40 people, addressed 4 questions: 1.What is a community? 2.Why foster a community for change? 3.How to foster a community? 4.What will you do next?
On Thursday 15th October 2015 APM held "The APM Competence Framework - PMO competences and career paths webinar" presented by Eileen Roden and Simon George of the APM PMO SIG, you can now view and download the slides here and the full recording can be found here and viewed below.
Say hello to your newly formed PMO SIG Committee, both existing and brand new committee members.
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 joining the PMO SIG Committee
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