The P3O model is made up of one or multiple Project Management Offices (PMOs) that offer various services, including portfolio offices, program offices, project offices, and centers of excellence.
Due to the multitude of considerations involved in designing a P3O model, no two P3O models will be identical across organizations. For instance, a global company might have a portfolio office and varying numbers of program and project offices in each country, whereas a UK company may have a centralized portfolio office located at its headquarters. Similarly, a company with distinct business units, such as retail and wholesale, will have a unique P3O model.
Many organizations have developed isolated PMOs without a comprehensive design, leading to a chaotic structure with multiple reporting systems throughout the company, resulting in a significant management issue. In such scenarios, people may begin to doubt the necessity and value of having separate offices and question the cost. As a result, PMOs are often questioned about their purpose, role, and stakeholders.
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