Assigning a TPG project manager to step in and lead your complex implementation initiative.
A PMO is crucial to provide standardization to the work being performed. In addition, it provides integration, monitoring, measurement of resources, prioritization and in some cases, rationalization of project work.
When an organization begins an approved process redesign implementation, we are engaged to lead the implementation. As the solution has already been agreed upon, we are able to solely focus on bringing the solutions to fruition through effective human capital management.
A PMO function:
- Will provide decision support information
- Does not make decisions for the business but provides equivalent understanding of all options
- Ensures that all business change in an organization is managed in a controlled way
Benefits of a PMO:
- Governance: ensuring that decisions are taken by the right people, based on the right information. The governance role can also include audit or peer reviews, developing project and program structures and ensuring accountability.
- Transparency: providing information with a single source of the truth. Information should be relevant and accurate to support effective decision-making.
- Reusability: stopping project teams from reinventing the wheel by being a central point for lessons learned, templates and best practice.
- Delivery support: making it easy for project teams to do their jobs by reducing bureaucracy, providing training, mentoring and quality assurance
Traceability: providing the function for managing documentation, project history and organizational knowledge