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Moving from PA to Project Administrator

Becoming a Project Administrator if you are currently working as a PA (Personal Assistant) is not as big a leap as you might think. Essentially a project administrator is someone who is highly organised, knows their way around a PC, works well with managers and teams and ultimately gets any administrative stuff done on a …

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The PMO and Sponsors

I’ve just read a great article on Linkedin about sponsors by Terry Doerscher (he’s the author of the fab Taming Change book). There’s going to be a series of posts – all about how there needs to be more focus on project sponsors and how they do their job. Later this week we’re also tackling …

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Just What is the Difference Between Project Support and PMO?

There are people who are interested in getting into a project management role and believe that PMO or project support is one of the easier ways to do so. Often I have these conversations in project management careers clinics – and one of the first things I ask is – tell me the difference between …

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Top 5 PMO Trends for 2017 You Can’t Afford to Ignore

Heard the saying, “Change has never happened this fast before, and it will never be this slow again”? Project management is right there in the middle of all the changes we’re seeing in organisations today and PMOs have a central role to play. In this article, Patrick Tickle from Planview* gives us the top five …

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