If there is one truth about a project, it’s that change happens! Even in the planning stages. So we have switched things up a bit here. In my previous blog I mentioned that we had finished our PMO vision, mission and goals and from there we were heading to scope and requirements. But after talking with April, we decided the best approach for this PMO build was to head directly to the activities, document those, and build the scope and requirements from there.
What a relief! For the personality and style of this PMO, we needed to get to the activities first to help us understand truly what would be in scope for us. I would not have thought of this and this type of approach definitely could not be found in a book. I am so grateful to April for keeping me on a path to building a great PMO!!
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