A truly effective PMO is empowered to say “No” to projects that are excessively risky, aren’t supported adequately by a sound business case, aren’t aligned with overarching organizational strategies, or just aren’t a good fit for the organization. They are also empowered to kill or end bad projects.
- 8. The Project Management Office
- from Mastering Project, Program, and Portfolio Management: Models for Structuring and Executing the Project Hierarchy
- Publisher: PH Professional Business
- Released: November 2014
要勇於說 "No" 呀！
"the art of maximizing the amount of work not done—is essential"
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