Building an Enterprise PMO from the Ground Up: The RDU Airport Experience – Kenneth Perry

9:15 am -9:45 am

Friday, May 10, 2019

Benjamin Banneker #2212


Enterprise Project Management Offices (EPMOs) are a well-established concept in Project Management literature and they are widespread across much of the private and public sectors. However, the establishment of EPMOs at US airports – many of which are local government entities – have traditionally lagged behind their contemporaries. A small but growing movement now exists to expand the adoption of EPMOs at American airports, as illustrated by Raleigh-Durham (RDU) International Airport’s experience developing an EPMO. In late 2017, RDU’s executive leadership approved the creation of an EPMO to be fully functional by mid-2019. This presentation will tell the story of RDU’s methodical approach to creating its EPMO, detailing the research conducted and specific steps taken to develop the Office and its effort to secure organization-wide buy in. It will include lessons learned and actionable tips for Project Management practitioners and organizations interested in developing their own EPMO.

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