28.1 Discuss the stages of the PMO roadmap and their relationship to each other.

28.2 Explain Stage 1 and its relationship to defining the PMO value proposition.

28.3 Explain how Stage 2 can establish consistent project delivery expectations from the three key work groups of project managers, their management, and the business partners.

28.4 Discuss Stage 3 and its dependency on Stage 2 task completion.

28.5 Selecting an EPM tool is important to the PMO. Explain under what other types of circumstances this selection, implementation, and conversion could take place in other "releases" of the PMO deployment plan.

28.6 Why is implementation of resource portfolio management recommended in the last stage? Explain.

28.7 List some of the likely value opportunities from each stage that support the need for a PMO.

28.8 Why would the Governance Board want to know the status of the resource portfolio?

28.9 What should be the consequences endured by a non-reporting project team if it misses reporting the following: project status, resource labor, project schedule.

28.10 Explain the EPM tool identification/selection/implementation processes.

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