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Compendium of PMO Case Studies by Dennis Bolles and Darrel Hubbard published in USA

PUBLISHING NEWS 

10 July 2013 – San Diego, California, USA – Authors Dennis Bolles and Darrel Hubbard have announced the publication of their latest book: A Compendium of PMO Case Studies: Reflecting Project Business Management Concepts. This book is now available through their publisher’s website at www.pbmconcepts.com. There, the reader can view the book’s Table of Contents, see reviews from some of the book’s endorsers, and read more about this new book on PMO case studies and PMO structuring.

a-compendium-of-pmo-case-studiesA Kindle version of A Compendium of PMO Case Studies: Reflecting Project Business Management Concepts is available on Amazon.com, and can also be purchased by going to www.pbmconcepts.com and clicking on the “Order Books” button.

According to Dennis, “Our PMO book, through the included full-text case studies prepared in 2012, provides readers with factual information on how project, program, and portfolio management offices (PMOs) are being successfully structured and operated by business organizations. Business executives, as well as project management professionals, know that enterprises can no longer afford to continue to authorize, fund, or execute projects without a clear driving strategy.

Bolles added, “Our synthesized research shows that enterprises have identified opportunities to improve the alignment of project execution with corporate business strategies and objectives that support the enterprise’s mission and vision, and provide business benefits and value through the use of executive-level PMOs.”

A Compendium of PMO Case Studies explores business actions taken by well-known enterprises that shared, in a multi-page business case study format, the “what” and “how” they used to developed and manage their project management organization. This knowledge can be used immediately by many enterprises, regardless of size or type, to implement a Project Business Management Organization and to establish Project Business Management enterprise-wide.

To order one or more copies of this book at a 15% discount, or to Bulk Order 10 or more books at 20% discount, go to www.pbmconcepts.com and click on the “Order Books” button.

The authors’ prior book, The Power of Enterprise-Wide Project Management, is also available on Amazon.com as a Kindle version; it too can be purchased by going to www.pbmconcepts.com and clicking on the “Order Books” button.

Darrel G. Hubbard is President of D.G.Hubbard Enterprises, LLC providing executive consulting and assessment services. He has 45 years of experience in executive, consulting, line management, and technical positions; was a project manager on commercial projects; and a designated “key person” under government contracts. Mr. Hubbard holds a bachelor’s degree from the Minnesota State University Moorhead and is a registered Professional Engineer. He joined the Project Management Institute (PMI®) in 1978 (#3662), is a charter member of the PMI San Diego Chapter, and was deputy project manager for the PMBOK® Guide Third Edition. Darrel is a frequently presenter at PMI Congresses and other Symposiums, and guest speaker at PMI Chapter meetings. He has authored many articles, coauthored two books, and contributed chapters to two other books.

Dennis Bolles is the President of DLB Associates, LLC and has more than 40 years of experience in multiple industries providing business and project management professional services. He joined the Project Management Institute (PMI®) in 1985, received his Project Management Professional (PMP®) certification in 1986 (#81), and is a founder/charter member of the PMI Western Michigan Chapter. Dennis was the PMI Standards Project Manager for the PMBOK® Guide Third Edition and over the past 20 years has served on and contributed to multiple PMI Standards. Mr. Bolles is a guest speaker at PMI Chapter dinner meetings and Professional Development Days across the USA, is a presenter at several PMI North American Congresses and other Symposiums, and presents Webinars for PMI Chapters and Communities of Practice around the world. He has authored one book, coauthored two books, and co-edited another book.