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Business Driven PMO Setup by Mark Perry

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6

Executive Reporting: Keep It Simple

For many organizations and not just the project management offices (PMOs), the cartoon in Figure 6.1 portrays a situation that many recognize. In today’s busy organizations, management and the leadership team need to be kept informed in order to provide the executive oversight for which they are responsible as well as to step in and exercise their decision-making authorities as appropriate for the project portfolio at hand. Yet, far too often, executive reporting does not meet this need. In some cases the reports provided to executives, though well-intended, are simply too detailed and provide too much inaccurate information and not enough accurate information. In other cases executive reporting is overly ...

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