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What are the common gaps in the practice of project risk management?

This is the fourth article of our series on Project Risk Management.


Over the last few years SUKAD has conducted numerous risk management courses, some of them were about organizational risk management and others specific to project risk management. This article summarizes some of the comments from the participants of these classes; edited by SUKAD consultants. We raise these points to highlight gaps in the practice of project risk management. Continue reading

What are the possible PMO functions? The PMO Continuum

What are the possible PMO functions? In the context of this article, a PMO can be a project or a program management office. Today, we discuss eight possible functions along the PMO Continuum.

In the previous article we established:

  • The PMO, typically, is for the organization and not for one project or program
  • The PMO, typically, is an organizational unit
  • Not all PMO’s are the same
  • PMO typically stands for Project Management Office or Program Management Office Continue reading