Supporting an agile business is an ongoing struggle made more challenging by organizations that are based on legacy systems—but expect more nimble offerings.
Just 10% of survey respondents said their project management office (PMO) has enough business agility to “always” pivot easily when there’s a change, while 40% said their PMO can do this on an “occasional” basis.
59% said they have real-time visibility into the state of their projects, but only 48% said they have real-time visibility into their resources.
53% said they are unsure about their PMO’s corporate objectives and values.
Three-quarters still rely on spreadsheets to manage project tasks and information.
Just 27% are using cloud-based solutions for project tasks and only 25% are taking advantage of hosted software tools.
Despite the tech and project management challenges, 69% said they have access to—and utilize—the tools and tech required to effectively manage communications within people and projects.
Project management: 35%, Portfolio management: 20%, Resource management: 19%
Overseeing team schedules and workloads: 47%, Communicating between different departments: 46%, Communicating among different people in the same department: 8%