PMO & Program Management

In the fast changing digital world, effective competition requires organizations and businesses to execute and deliver projects at a faster pace.
Role of the PMO is manifold. It acts as the “operating center” to govern and supports projects from start to completion. PMO function improves an organization’s project management capabilities. The PMO is also an “umbrella” to coordinate between project managers and senior management as well as coordinate the functions of individual project offices. The PMO acts as the “clearinghouse” for information related to all projects with purview of  proper training methods, best practices and the standards governing each project while concentrating on key processes that can be used across multiple projects to attain strategic goals.
Managing projects with a PMO perspective enables a greater degree of management on the resources, priorities, benefits, risk, and project delivery quality.

Digital Business Model: Assess the set of assumptions or hypotheses about the  way that you use key resources and key activities to drive revenue and customer value  from your digital value proposition. Build a digital business strategy to enable digital customer experiences, digital adoption, and creation of rapid business value with scale.

Agile Project Management: Increase quality and get products to market faster than ever before with agile techniques, best practices, and methodology tailored to your organization.

Lean Process Improvement: Respond to changing customer needs faster, with higher quality and lower cost by apply lean thinking to eliminate non-value added activities and reduce cycle times across entire value streams.

Change Management: Tackle business transformation with best practices, tools, and techniques for effective communication, employee training, cultural alignment, organizational readiness, and strategy execution.

Sales Enablement: Realize expected value and drive consumption from a high performance sales team

Organizational Readiness: Design and execute communication strategies that enhance employee understanding of the business strategy, strategic drivers, business priorities, and enhance employee buy-in and contribution.

Organizational Design: Apply organization design strategy and best practices to significantly accelerate your business performance by creating alignment of your organization, culture and people to your strategy and business model.

Leadership Development: Develop your  leaders to be more successful and deepen your bench by applying Growth Mindset, Grit, and coaching to enhance the performance of your teams.

Program Management Office: Collaborate with key stakeholders to assess, define, design, and implement optimal business and technical solutions for all phases of software development lifecycle and conduct cost/benefit analysis and to influence key business decisions.