Strong PMOs enhance the project management process not by saddling it with unnecessary processes and procedures – thinking EPM here – but choosing the right projects, allowing the project manager to effectively execute. The PMO provides assistance and guidance – to achieve one-time success that translates into repeatability, scalability and compliance.
Training & Certification
Recognition is always key. What’s the role of recognition in developing project managers?
Are you rewarding the good PM or the fire fighter? Who do you want to recognize?
What else do we need to do besides providing training and a supporting culture to project managers? We need coaching and mentoring! How do we go about it setting such an environment?
What’s the role of the culture in developing project managers? Is it important? What do we need to do to make sure that the development of PMs is supported?
How do you develop a team of inexperienced PMs? A brief set of ideas here.
Have you thought about the environment in your projects? Yes, even if you have NO wind turbines, solar cells, or cars that run on used french-fry oil in your project. Have you? Well, consider this posting as a start.