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In project management, the business case justifies the execution of a project. It examines a project's objectives and illustrates its potential financial and strategic impact.
A business case only refers to one project or business aspect's financial and strategic impact.
A business plan refers to the entire organization and represents a long-term plan.
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Setting up a successful and sustainable PMO is a significant challenge but provides excellent benefits if implemented correctly.
We developed ten steps to help you set up a PMO that fits your organization's needs, aligns with your business goals, and is designed to outlast major organizational changes. So, let's get started!
Unclear distribution of roles, lack of communication, late involvement of stakeholders, and insufficient integration into the process and line organization can cause (not only) major projects to fail. With these 10 theses, you can avoid the biggest pitfalls and successfully manage tasks of this scale.