The PMO serves as a source of information on projects, methodology and standards in this model. This PMO assumes that the enterprise has embraced a cohesive set of tools for project design, management and reporting. This model occurs most often in organizations that empower distributed, business-centric project ownership or with weak central governance.
We term this a low or no-value model because this PMO lacks accountability for bottom-line results. It assumes that data and methodology have inherent value. Therefore, such an organization does not attempt to drive tangible, measurable value from its efforts.
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