Project Management Offices (PMOs) often get a bad rap for “policing” to get a project done or, worse yet, stand in the way of getting a project done! Why is this and how can certified Project Management Professionals turn around the impression that PMOs are not needed or cause more failures than successes?
Nick Fox, PE, PMP discusses how one of the most rewarding things is seeing how they can pass along what they have learned to others and watch them grow and learn
Jeff Keller, PE, PMP discusses how, with varying clients and constant change, the Mesa PMO team applies P.D.C.A. (Plan, Do, Check, Action) to evaluate each client’s needs.
Nick Fox, PE, PMP discusses how when he came to Mesa with his PE and PMP that he thought he knew all he needed to know, yet continued to learn, evolve, and grow and then impart his knowledge to his clients.
Tim Rauch, PE discusses how he had been in industry for over 30 years before coming to Mesa and that he did things almost on instinct and now with the Mesa PMO team, they can take their existing knowledge, continue to grow, and share that in other areas.
Shana Bullock, PMP discusses how, when she came to Mesa, she was learning all that she needed to take her PMP and how to relate it to real-life examples once she passed her test.
Tim Rauch, PE discusses how one of the biggest differences with Mesa PMO is how we learn from our clients and take the best and apply to future clients.