Building the PMO the Right Way – an Interview with Amy Burnet

There are so many ways to build a PMO - Project Management Office. Many are the wrong way. In this interview with Amy Burnet, past Sr. Director, Program Management Office at CIBC, we talk about the right way to approach your new PMO.
There are so many ways to build a PMO - Project Management Office. Many are the wrong way. In this interview with Amy Burnet, past Sr. Director, Program Management Office at CIBC, we talk about the right way to approach your new PMO.
There are so many ways to build a PMO - Project Management Office. Many are the wrong way. In this interview with Amy Burnet, past Sr. Director, Program Management Office at CIBC, we talk about the right way to approach your new PMO.

 

There are so many ways to build a PMO – Project Management Office. Many are the wrong way.  In this interview with Amy Burnet, past Sr. Director, Program Management Office at CIBC, we talk about the right way to approach your new PMO.

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3 thoughts on “Building the PMO the Right Way – an Interview with Amy Burnet”

  1. Thanks for reminding us of the fundamentals behind the purpose of the PMO and the importance of being seen to add value to the business.

  2. Amy & David: Excellent conversation. Very much aligned with the emphasis on the criticality of communicating in terms of business values and perspectives. Any function or practice that does not support or drive the growth of any business is superfluous.

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