Setting up and Fine Tuning Project Management Offices

Learn the secrets of a successful project management office with someone who has designed more than one hundred PMOs worldwide.

The purpose of the training is to qualify students in the PMO’s creation and implementation presenting the processes and best practices that have helped the organizations to increase the chances of success in your projects.

We will discuss the project manager and project team roles in the transition between the individual projects management and the project management conducted in a centralized manner. It will be discussed the importance of ensuring that aggregated projects and programs results are aligned with the strategic objectives of the organization’s project portfolio.

Delivery Methods

  • Corporate Onsite
  • Live Classes

Scope of work

  • Distinguish projects from process
  • Understand the main features of a successful project manager
  • Decompose the project scope through the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
  • Develop feasible schedules and identify the project's critical path
  • Identify and describe the project major risks (threats and opportunities)
  • Distinguish standards and quality requirements
  • Identify and resolve resource allocation problems
  • Develop effective reports to communicate the main points of the project
  • Identify the main changes sources for the project control execution
  • Reduce time through Compression and Fast Tracking method

Fact sheet

Estimated duration

16 hours

Target audience

Project managers, project team members, sponsors and others stakeholders interested in the project management process.


Advanced project management knowledge.


Portuguese, English and Spanish.

Number of PDU Provided


Professional Development Units (PDUs) are the measuring units issued by the Project Management Institute for the credential holders.

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