A pragmatic and practical approach to deliver a series of principles, concepts, frameworks, service topologies and capabilities to give unique insights into a service-oriented view of enterprise-wide PMOs.
This class seeks to equip delegates with a clear method to understand the depth of PMO services and capabilities so they can maximise their value to their organisation and create an enterprise-wide PMO Service strategy. The class will also cover the piloting, implementing, running and, when necessary, transforming/retiring of one or more services.
AIPMO’s integrated frameworks will be covered to ensure a contextual positioning of the PMO Services, especially at the enterprise level.
Throughout the class, references will be made to the participants’ environment to encourage discussions that can help to address and/or put perspective to participants’ daily challenges, ‘grounding the theory’ and making it practically useful. The course is a mixture of teacher/instructor led and participative activities where the delegates engage in interactive exercises. If time permits, research topics will be discussed for example: AIPMO’s research-driven PMO principle-based maturity model where one of the maturity dimensions relates to PMO Services.
This is a unique course and will provide insights that have never been shared before as they will be part of the upcoming AIPMO book on PMO Services and Capabilities. The attendees will be able to share and discuss ideas based on new knowledge.
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Following the two day class, delegates will be able to:
- Analyse how to apply the AIPMO PMO Services Lifecycle Framework in your organisation
- Debate how to support the PMO Manager and/or Director in creating a PMO Services strategy including a PMO Services topology
- Assess and describe how to create PMO Service SLAs
- Propose how to create and manage the PMO Services catalogue
- Explain how to coach and mentor people on the AIPMO service-oriented approach to PMOs
- Describe how to run one or more PMO Services
- Articulate how to contribute to increasing PMO maturity from the PMO Services dimension
All participants receive the course materials and frameworks used throughout the class.
The two day class takes place at etc venues, Hatton Garden and includes all refreshments and lunch throughout the two days.Make a Booking
Module 1: Introduction
Module 2: The Importance of being an expert in PMO Services and Capabilities
Module 3: PMO Services Lifecycle Framework
Module 4: PMO Service Strategy
Module 5: PMO Service Design
Module 6: PMO Service Pilot and Implement
Module 7: PMO Services Operations
Module 8: PMO Service – Transform or retire
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Robert Joslin PhD, IPMO-M, IPMO-E, PMP, PgMP, PfMP, CEng, MIEEE, MBCS, is a professor and head of the research advisory board at SBS Swiss Business School and the founder of AIPMO.
Robert has considerable experience in designing, initiating and project/program management delivery of large-scale business transformation, reengineering, infrastructure, strategy development including winning prizes for ideas and product innovation. Robert presents at conferences, publishes books, book chapters and research papers including winning the best research paper award at EURAM 2017. Robert is in the process of architecting and co-authoring AIPMO’s Body of Knowledge which comprises of several books in the area of PMOs and related topics. Previously, he has been a consultant in a wide range of industries including telecom, banking, insurance, manufacturing, government whilst working for McKinsey & Co, Logica and for his own consulting and product development companies.