Like organic entities, projects have life cycles. From a slow beginning they progress to a buildup of size, then peak, begin a decline, and finally must be terminated. (Also, like other organic entities, they often resist termination.)
- Meredith and Mantel -
The Project Management Office (PMO) within Information Systems & Technology (IST) serves as a focal point for and provides leadership and stewardship for a number of key practices related to portfolio, project and program management. We accomplish this by providing resources and expertise to groups within IST and the broader campus community. Our scope of responsibilities includes such activities as:
- Provide visibility, maintenance, and reporting for the IST portfolio
- Advance our project and program management practice through the standardization and adoption of formal PM methodologies, tools and process
- Provide skills and expertise towards the management of projects and programs
- Aug. 14, 2018
A new website has been launched to support the Project and Portfolio Management (PPM) Community of Practice (CoP) professional development series. Community members can visit the site to learn more about project and portfolio management; explore (and share their own) project and portfolio resources, tools, and templates; and discover how they can engage with other community members.