In projektorientierten Unternehmen spielen Projektmanagement-Offices (PMO) eine immer wichtigere Rolle, insbesondere dann, wenn die Projektmanagementaktivitäten des Unternehmens zielgerichtet und effizient ausgerichtet werden sollen. PMOs können unterschiedliche Aufgaben, Funktionen und organisatorische Rahmenbedingungen haben. Die Autoren geben in dem Buch einen kompakten Überblick über die Möglichkeiten, die ein PMO bietet, und welche verschiedenen Formen der Umsetzung sich anbieten. Dies illustrieren sie anhand kurzer Fallbeispiele.
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