Types of Project Management Offices: If Your PMO Was A Car, It’d Be...

In the age of accelerated digital transformation, the type of PMO you are matters. 

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The Professional Services 6-pack: Six Core Strengthening Features of PSA Tools

Starting a new, trendy workout routine is great. But it all comes back to the strength of your core. The same is true for professional services. You have to keep up ... Read More

Turning Around a Failing PMO

Whether you’re a project manager or a C-level executive, PMO failure can spell disaster for a business, and possibly even your career. Failing project management ... Read More

Doing More to Enable Our Customers' Success

Digital transformation and the disruptive impacts of technology promise to make things better in the long run but they often cause work life to become more ... Read More

Can your PMO weather the elements?

 

Temperature, humidity, atmospheric pressure, wind, precipitation, and cloudiness. When combined, these six elements make up the weather. Without ... Read More

Macro trend: Microservices

Tech disruptors, such as Uber and Amazon, have placed huge pressure on businesses to innovate at an ever faster pace. To do so, organizations have had to rethink ... Read More

Keeping project resourcing on track: How to avoid derailment

It takes a lot to pull off a number of projects simultaneously: the right resources, a great plan, and most importantly a team with the right expertise. Some ... Read More

The Top 5 Reasons PMOs Fail

 

There are many reasons a PMO either thrives or fails, but the most common reasons for failure are often not process or ... Read More

Welcoming Changepoint's New CEO, Matt Scheuing

A note from Jim Byrnes, Changepoint’s former CEO: 

The search is over; we’ve found our guy. I’m very excited to ... Read More

Professional services: Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes

Ok, David Bowie wasn’t talking about technology evolution and professional services in his hit song, “Changes.” BUT, there’s an undercurrent to the song’s lyrics that hits a little too close to ... Read More