survive based on the sustainability of the value offered for their organizations.
Traditionally, static PMOs fold down in less than 2 years, and this might
happen within months due to COVID-19. Executives will cut all expenses that do
not align to the new strategic objectives of sustainability, preserving health,
maintaining a positive cashflow and some revenue, even at the rate of no
profit. Cuts will affect non-essential employees, and downsizing, restructuring
and more automation that was planned for 2 to 3 years from now are happing as
we speak. Only the agile PMO will survive!
is an open question and discussion over three tiers or levels: organizational
portfolio, PMO leaders and teams (individuals), attempting to draft a thinking
framework for what needs to be done during 2020, and then 2021 onwards.
cover resilience, business continuity, strategic prioritization, adaptation,
business continuity and crises management versus risk management.