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Learn More About P3O
PORTFOLIO, PROGRAMME, PROJECT OFFICES
What is P3O?
People commonly refer to the office that supports projects and programmes as a ‘PMO’ (Programme/Project Management Office). A PMO can mean different things to different people and the services provided through a PMO can vary from organization to organization or department to department. Some PMOs support a single project or programme whereas others may support multiple projects and programmes.
The term P3O comes from ‘Portfolio, Programme and Project Offices’. The design of the relationships, functions and services of these offices within an organisation is referred as a P3O model.
Key Elements Of The P3O Standard
In summary an effective P3O model is designed to provide decision-enabling and delivery-support for business change initiatives within a division/department or the entire organization.
The P3O standard provides guidance on the different functions and services that can be provided by management offices, the roles that can exist within these offices, how to link different offices across an organization and the tools and techniques that could be adopted to support business change initiatives.
The P3O standard can be described as a benchmark for PMOs to assess their performance against. The P3O standard was created by an international group of experts working on behalf of the British Government. It has strong international recognition having being used to design and enhance Portfolio, Programme and Project Offices for organizations across the globe.
Benefits Of The P3O Standard
Learn the value of adopting a P3O model to support projects, programmes and the change portfolio
Understand the principles that underpin an effective P3O model
The P3O standard details functions and services that may be provided through a P3O
Understand the roles within a P3O model
Discover a methodology to implement a P3O model or enhance an existing model
Learn techniques for project and programme prioritization, dashboard design, knowledge management and other common techniques and tools that may be adopted by a P3O
P3O Foundation and P3O Practitioner certification are international certifications accredited by the APMG. Certification can be attained by attending a HiLogic P3O accredited training course and successfully completing the P3O exams.