The Case For A Full Function Project Office | White Paper

White PapersThis paper is intended to outline a suite of project office processes that are designed to reverse the project failure trend. Project Management is a discipline. It takes more than good project managers to have successful projects. It takes management commitment and support. It takes project participants that can accept new methodologies that they did not create on their own and accept more streamline approaches for the global benefit. It takes resources and an investment in tools and new processes. Finally, it takes time. Implementing a project office will take a minimum of three months until significant benefits are realized. However, when these benefits are realized, they can be significant and long lasting.

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