Best Practices for Establishing Project Management Processes

 

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A project management office (PMO) is a standardized management structure that provides governance, processes, and shared resources such as methodologies, tools, and techniques to ensure high project success rates. Establishing a PMO is advised when there are more advantages to managing multiple projects and programs under a centralized function rather than separately.

This article looks at establishing project management processes—the second of four phases of setting up a PMO—and outlines best practices for the phase.

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