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Project Management Office (PMO)


Does project management have such a high priority in your organization that it is strategically necessary to give the topic of project management a clear organizational home? Then it may make sense to implement a Project Management Office (PMO). Other indicators:

  • There are many projects that need to be managed.
  • Resources in different areas have to be coordinated.
  • Decisions must be based on sound and up-to-date data.
  • The environment is dynamic and demands quick decisions.
  • The need for reports is increasing as more stakeholders want valid information.

centerline/ supports you in setting up a PMO or takes over the interim PMO management as an external partner.