THE EFFECT OF A PROJECT MANAGEMENT OFFICE ON PROJECT AND ORGANISATIONAL PERFORMANCE: A CASE STUDY

J Van Der Linde, Herman Steyn

Abstract


Depending on the specific needs of the host companies, Project Management Offices (PMOs) are created and mandated for different reasons. As a result of varying mandates and functions of PMOs, there is no agreed method to determine the value of a PMO. By studying the case of an organisation that recently implemented a PMO, this paper provides some insight into ways to determine the value of a PMO. Three new methods for determining the value of a PMO are proposed. 


Keywords


Project Office, Project Management Office, PMO, Project Portfolio Management Office.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7166/27-1-1114

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