Set Up an Agile PMO

Learn what a PMO is, the differences between the Agile PMO and other types of PMO, and how to implement an Agile PMO in your Organization.

The project management office (PMO) has a fundamental role for the Organization, performing several functions, such as support, training, monitoring, presenting the portfolio results to stakeholders, and suggesting changes when necessary.

With the growing demand from organizations to use agile models, it is necessary to implement a PMO that serves agile teams in line with organizational strategic Planning and agile practices that provide transparency to work in progress.

In this course, the student will learn the various concepts of PMO, understand what agile techniques are and how to implement and maintain an agile PMO.

Delivery Methods

  • Corporate Onsite
  • Live Classes

What You Will Learn

  • Know the different approaches to project management
  • Know the types of PMO
  • Know what an Agile PMO is
  • Knowing how to implement an Agile PMO
  • How to create the workflow for the Agile PMO
  • Identify Agile PMO KPI's
  • Know the events, artifacts, roles, and responsibilities of the Agile PMO
  • Monitor the work in progress of the Agile PMO
  • Carry out continuous improvement

Fact sheet

Estimated duration

16 hours

Target audience

People who are part of the Organization's PMO, Project Managers, Scrum Masters, Product Owners, members of multidisciplinary teams, and other interested parties in the subject.

Requirements

Basic knowledge of project management

Languages

Portuguese or English in face-to-face courses

Certificate and Badge

Upon completing the course, you will receive a credential issued using the Accredible platform that can be downloaded as a PDF file and also shared on your Linkedin or other social network profiles.

Example credential

See an example credential

Who is this course for?

The project, Program, and Portfolio Managers, Scrum Masters, Product Owners, Team Members work with different methodologies to drive projects.
Those who are members of the Organization's PMO, responsible for supporting portfolio, program and project teams.
The various areas of the Organization need support and knowledge in implementing their projects.
Organizations and teams that have an extensive and diversified portfolio, needing to use different approaches in projects.

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