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A Global Analysis of the Current State of Practice The Value of PMO by Mind Map: A Global Analysis of the Current State of Practice The Value of PMO
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A Global Analysis of the Current State of Practice The Value of PMO

6st fact: The PMO’s mandate covers a select group of projects or the vast majority of projects

62% are located in business, functional, or regional units

8st fact: Most PMOs have a very small staff.

PMO staff is overhead

the majority of PMOs have very few resources than other project managers

4st fact: Closure and restructuring of PMOs occurs frequently

54% have been in existence for two years or less

PMO's are frecuently closed or reestructured

Approximately half of PMO's are seeing their relevance or existence questioned.

3rd fact: The majority of PMOs are stand-alone in nature

PMO's can be located in different parts of the organization

50% of organizations have a only one PMO

78% of PMO's operate autonomosly from other PMO's

1st fact: There is a lack of consensus as to the value of PMOs.

Is the PMO a best practice?

50% of PMOs are valued by their organizations

The rest of PMO are not meeting expectations

2nd fact: relative consensus on the name “Project Management Office.”

The PMO have a wide variety of names

59% are named "Project Management Office" or, usually "PMO"

5st The implementation time for PMOs is 6 to 24 months.

but, what if their existence is questioned in less of 24 months?

Only a 16% of PMO's is implemented in less or six months!

7st fact: Either all or none of project managers are located within most PMOs

Andrés Aquino