By STEVE PIGGOTT In these turbulent times, it appears that everyone in IT is working frantically on an ever-growing number of projects and transformation initiatives, all while adjusting to a new method of working and collaborating remotely, combined with the challenges of navigating their personal ‘new normal’ too. The Program Management Office (referred to as PMO from this point onwards): the group that establishes, maintains and ensures standards and frameworks for project management across an organization, arguably plays an even more important role in today’s ever-changing work environment.  From a largely remote or WFH perspective, program and project management continues…
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