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‘Keeping your head when all about you are losing theirs and blaming it on you!’
If by Rudyard Kipling
Project Management is full of ‘IFFY’ bits – very bad play on the title of Kipling’s ‘If’ poem. A basic purpose of a PMO is to reduce and minimise the number and impacts of a project’s ‘Iffy bits”; the uncertainties, the tentative, undecided, unsettled, unsure, unreliable, unresolved, dubious quality and perhaps even illegal bits, that are encountered in projects.
PMOs are also well versed in the meaning of Attribution Theory according to Project Managers:
“If the Project was successful it was all down to me (the PM) and they (the PMO) were just lucky they had me running the project,” or
If the project was a dud, “Well what would you expect working with that incompetent PMO. I was just very unlucky to be stuck with them. The stuff-ups were down to them, not me.”
Attribution theory, for any who may not have heard of it states that: (i) I am the cause of my success, and success in others is just luck, and, (ii) others cause their own failures, whereas my failures are just plain bad luck. You’ll find a lot of Attribution Theory around project.
In addition to the 2 traditional Administration and Support roles commonly provided by PMOs, however, today, PMOs can provide a much bigger scope viz: the PMI 9 Dominions of a PMO: