RE: Project Management Office

Subject: RE: Project Management Office
From: peter -at- galley -dot- ie
To: tonicw -at- yahoo -dot- com, techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com
Date: Mon, 05 Dec 2005 17:04:27 +0000

Hi,

Nothing wrong in elimination the middle-management provided that one of you is the "lead" writer able to set standards
across all projects.

Peter



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Original Message

Good morning all,
My smallish (65) but growing software company, where I
am one of two technical writers, has undergone a major
reorg. One of the changes is the establishment of a
PMO (Project Management Office) to manage all projects
-- smallest to largest. The reporting structure is
that we all -- qa, engineers, writers, designers, BAs,
etc -- report directly to a director but at the same
time can also be reporting to one or more PMs
depending upon the project(s) we've been assigned to.
This looks to me as if they are working to eliminate
middle management such as the Manager of
Documentation.
Have any of you had experience working with this
business model? I'd appreciate hearing your
experiences and opinions.
Thanks.

Toni Williamr



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