The revealed secrets of the shocking truths about global PMO colossal failures and how to work around them. Uncovered truths:
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Best business: The Agile PMO provides answers now to all these challenging questions. You will learn to recognize and avoid the PMO traps. Research has proven that most PMOs will be disbanded and flushed away in two years after rollout - make sure yours doesn't.
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This "book" is terrible. Despite the title, only the last couple of chapters discuss Agile and they do so in an ignorant and disparaging way. Referring to Agile practitioners as "zealots" is not exactly an objective approach.
Even the first 90 percent of the book which attempts to cover traditional Project Management is all anecdote and no content. I am glad it was only a couple hours long otherwise I would have just given up.
The author insists on jamming Agile methodologies into Waterfall reporting without any regard to the strides that have been made in the past couple of years with Scaling Agile.
20 Years Freelance / Financial, Software, Nonprofit, MBA - Project Manager
this was a well written and spoken book. I really enjoyed it. I will continue to listen to it again to fine tune my understanding Agile PMO.
highly recommended to any in or about to embark on a modern PMO. if your PMO isn't creating value it shouldn't exist.
Definitely a keeper for moving towards hybrid development and business melded together; It works! You'll find it worth your ear
I love to listen.
I have listened to this book 2 times already. The book conveys very practical and interesting anecdotes and solutions.
The real-life failure stories
Dave performed very well, quite comfortable to listen.
The only down side are bell sound after the questions. The volume of the bell is somewhat annoying.
"This is not about Agile"
It is so off the mark that this could not possible make a 4 start. The title is agile PMO but no agile techniques are discussed this is about traditional PMO.
I was disappointment as there is nothing insightful in the content.
If the title of the book was "Approaches to building (traditional) a PMO" then I could have given it an honerable review.
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