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Project Manager : Project Manager Oct Nov 2012
www.aipm.com.au Project Manager 39 content to match the organisation’s Project Management Fra mework . The inhouse learning experience has reaped huge rewa rds for our organisation in the following ways: • Cost savings from inhouse learning as opposed to bringing in external providers; • Contextualisation of learning; • Delivery by a known and familiar project m anagement professional, who is familiar with our Project Management Framework; and • Improvement in the project management maturity level. The function of our PMO is primarily consulting on governance, r isk, project planning and scheduling, and business case development. Training has grown to become an enjoyable and complementary partner with the consulting arm, producing a nicely balanced PMO structure. Ultimately, training, just like project management, is all about people. A s long as the demand is there and the hunger to improve project deliver y is fierce, training will continue to be an important component of our PMO. Oh, and ever yone loves a delicious lunch, especially when it’s free! ••• COST SAVINGS [COME] FROM INHOUSE LEARNING AS OPPOSED TO BRINGING IN EXTERNAL PROVIDERS
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