Is Your PMO Providing Value?-Jennifer Young Baker

    PMO directors are increasingly being challenged to “prove” the value of their organization. Not all PMOs are designed the same and not all organizations are mature enough to accept the change that a PMO can deliver. Value is an individual interpretation defined by the buyer and can be described as a relationship between quality and cost or the trade-off between investment and costs. PMOs can bring value to an organization in several ways which is dependent on a number of factors such as the type of PMO, its maturity level, its purpose, or the range of services provided.

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