PMO 3.0: Transforming in a Time of Enterprise-Wide Change

Tuesday, March 19 | 11:30AM–12:15PM ET | Room 552
Session Type: Breakout Session
Delivery Format: Interactive Presentation
Effective IT organizations are on the leading edge of change. Penn State's Project Management Office faces a triple challenge: maturing practices, remaining responsive to continuous demand, and evolving to align with an IT organization undergoing enterprise-wide optimization. Taking IT project management to the next level, we build on skills, processes, and relationships steeped in organizational culture and validated in practice. Our PMO has a new mandate to realign its organization, mission, and processes to support a reimagined organization. Efforts are under way to manage organizational change and advance PM practice with increased reach and impact across the university.

Outcomes: Assess what works and what won't work to improve PMO performance * See PMO maturity as a work in progress and how to transform and scale up to support needs of the organization * Understand the metrics and criteria used to assess maturity level in the PMO


  • Terry Branstetter

    IT Project Manager, The Pennsylvania State University
  • Jon Rotholz

    Director, Project Management Office, The Pennsylvania State University

Resources & Downloads

  • PMO 30 Transforming in a Time of EnterpriseWide Change

    Updated on 5/21/2024
  • PMO 30 Transforming in a Time of EnterpriseWide Change 1

    Updated on 5/21/2024