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    Does an organization needs a Program Management Office?

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    Does an organization need a well-structured with many individuals office to manage both programs and projects? Would a framework not be enough to control all the projects coming through?

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    Many large organizations and a few small organizations have a PMO or project management office. This office not only supports projects but programs as well. The office does not distinguish between projects and programs. However, programs and projects need different support from individuals. Projects ...

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    The Solution explains in three paragraphs the usefulness of a PMO for managing programs and projects within an organization (large or small).