Project Management- Case Study 2

Please read the attached articles.  Based on the facts of the case and any additional research you perform answer the following questions:  

1. Both articles relate to the PMO.  However, the Power Shift article is more recent.  Based on your studies in this course to date, what has changed?  Or has anything really changed and the more recent article is an extension of the first article because of changes in the marketplace?  Please make sure you support your argument using what we have been studying in the course to help you. 

2.  Based on the 2 articles create a list (3 or more) of the characteristics that a new PMO team member should have and explain why you believe they are needed.

3.  How often would you revisit PMO policies after creating the PMO.  Remember the articles discuss strengthening the PMO to some degree but remember, you will need to revisit policies to ensure they are relevant and sustained as the organization matures.  Please explain your position about revisiting PMO policies and consider what you have read in the course.

4. Create a mission statement and vision statement for a PMO.  Make sure it is compelling and that you understand the difference between mission and vision statementsLinks to an external site.. (

5.  What do these articles suggest to you about the importance of leadership?  Keep in mind there is a difference in the time each article was written.  

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