Presentation on theme: "PROJECT MANAGEMENT OFFICE JOURNEY FROM 2010 TO PRESENT 2012."— Presentation transcript:
PROJECT MANAGEMENT OFFICE JOURNEY FROM 2010 TO PRESENT 2012
TSD Survey Project Management Process are? 2010 Pre PMO Chaotic Not well understood Not well organized Not Managed Not Optimized After PMO PM Maturity Level increases Understood Organized Management Optimization begins
2010 CHAOTIC PPM tool since 2004 Volume of projects unmanageable.
2011 Increase Project Management Maturity Just doing Project Management wont get you to Success… YOU MUST Increase the Project Management Maturity level within the organization 2010 Chaotic 2012
Q3 2010 PMO AWARENESS Developed basic tools and templates PIR (Project Initiation Request) PDS (Project Definition Statement) Introductory Project Management Training Development Trained division, 75 staff in Project Management introductory Project Leadership Training Development Projects Owned by Functional Managers
CORE PURPOSE CHANGES 2010: PMO EQUIPS TSD with successful project methodologies, through training, mentoring, consistent process, reports, utilizing best practices while coordinating resource planning. 2011: PMO OWNS TSD projects, provides methodologies, training, mentorship with executing consistent process, utilizing best practices while coordinating resource planning.
2011 PMO Awareness Continues Q1 Trained 35 staff 1full day customized by Senior Trainer (external) 3 half day sessions (1 month apart) hands on Q2 PMO owns all Projects Matrix Organization Part Time Contractor PMO Assistance (2 days/week) Q4 +1 Full Time PM Contractor
2012 PMO Leadership Grows PMO staff 2 Senior PMP hired (1 year contract) 1 additional PMP on staff (within PMO) Functional Areas 2 more additional PMPs 1 additional CAPM 1 additional University PM Certificate
HOW many projects are just too much per person?
Juggle? At What Price? Age of 47 Projects with our random size of 10
2012 PMO Communication, communication, communication Weekly portfolio reporting on projects in execution. Monthly portfolio reporting on all stages throughout portfolio lifecycle Project meetings with sponsors Project team meetings regularly with status reports regularly