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					PMO
Family
 Feud
  How well do you KNOW the PMO?!
Let’s see how your choices match with our survey
        of more than 40 Project Management
                   Professionals!
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1. ‘Success’ of a PMO should be measured by:

a. Return on Investment [ROI]
b. Rate of project completion
c. Performance against established baselines
d. Complexity of projects
e. Level in the organization
(e.g. organization-wide vs. department-wide)
f. Bonuses paid to Project Managers
g. It depends
1. ‘Success’ of a PMO should be
measured by:
1.)   g. It depends                        38%

2.)   c. Performance against established   35
      baselines
3.)   a. Return on Investment (ROI)        15

4.)   b. Rate of project completion         8
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2. The type of PMO Structure an organization
adopts is most dependent on that organization's:

a. Culture
b. Project Management Maturity
c. Organizational Structure
d. Complexity of Projects
e. Geographic Dispersion
f. Size
g. Regulatory Environment
h. Number of Credentialed PMs in the Organization
2. The type of PMO Structure an organization
adopts is most dependent on that organization’s:

 1.)   a. Culture                        51%

 2.)   b. Project Management Maturity     27

 3.)
       c. Organizational Structure        12

 4.)   d. Complexity of Projects          7
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3. The most common PMO Structure in existence is:


a. Supportive [No control or influence, just support
and report]
b. Controlling [Direction on methodologies,
exception reporting, but no PM reporting structure]
c. Directive [PMs report to a PMO Director]
3. The most common PMO Structure in
existence is:
1.)   b. Controlling         35%

2.)   c. Directive           35

3.)   a. Supportive          30
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4. PMO Best Practices should always include:

a. Portfolio Management System
b. Planning Tools
c. Standard Processes
d. Governance Structure
e. Recommended Training for PMs
f. Guidance
g. Templates
4. PMO Best Practices should always
include:
1.)   c. Standard Processes     31%

2.)   d. Governance Structure   22

3.)   b. Planning Tools         14

4.)   f. Guidance               14
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5. What is a PMO?

a. Strategic driver for organizational excellence
b. Repository of industry project management standards
c. Repository of organizational project management
standards
d. Maintenance source for project metrics
e. Central provider of project resources
f. Center of focus for project manager and team training
& development
g. Central clearinghouse for project information
5. What is a PMO?

1.)   a. Strategic driver for organizational    39%
      excellence
2.)
      c. Repository of organizational project   24
      management standards
3.)
      g. Central clearinghouse for project      15
      information
4.)
      e. Central provider of project            12
      resources
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6. A PMO is a(n) ______________ organization.
a. auditing            m. portfolio managing
b. bureaucratic        n. problem solving
c. cost saving         o. regulating
d. decision making     p. standardizing
e. enforcing           q. supportive
f. escalation          r. tattletale
g. expertise           s. threatening
h. governing           t. unnecessary
i. helping             u. watchdog
j. measuring           v. leadership development
k. monitoring
l. policing
6. A PMO is a(n)______________
organization.
1.)   p. standardizing      11%

2.)   g. expertise           10

3.)
      h. governing           10

4.)   k. monitoring          9

				
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