Project management is much broader than keeping the project triangle (time, budget, scope) on track. When projects are managed according to a proper known methodology, and this methodology is effectively used within the organization, there are positive impacts beyond the project itself. It enables transversality and breaks silos via establishing links between teams and giving a common vision.
Therefore, a well-structured PMO (project management office) or TMO (transformation management office) is a crucial start to create a backbone for every project and program to come. Setting it up for the first time might be challenging and demanding. However, once it’s set up, you and your organization will benefit from it for years. Combining all that together, your transformation journey is heading to a great destination.