PMO/ Project Manager Pool – Project Management in Complex Development Projects

The Project Management Office (PMO), as an administrative department, is the key to uniform project management that remains successful and sustainable in many companies.


Along with the standardization of project management at the best practice level through the project and company-wide transfer of knowledge, the PMO also provides projects with project managers and supporters.  


The qualified project managers and supporters from the PMO provide operative support and advice to the project head, ensure efficient project management according to the time, costs, and quality, and thereby make project management easier.


PEC provides support with the precise development of project management competencies through the improvement of suitable project management methods and tools, as well as the assurance of a customer-oriented product development (internal and external customers) through competent organizational support of the development projects.  


Development of the project organization


  • Development of the organizational structure
  • Survey of the project resources and determination of the persons responsible (RASIC matrix)
  • Validation of communication/committee structure


Assurance of the product strategy


  • Systematic analysis of the requirements for the implementation of a project concept
  • Verification and revision of the specifications
  • Methodological support of concept determination and validation
    (e.g. QFDs, concept assessment matrix)




  • Establishment of a real schedule and synchronization with all stakeholders
  • Validation of the project objectives and the guidelines with regard to the timetable
  • Derivation of measured quantities and development of control instruments (degree of maturity control, QG process)
  • Development and execution of a schedule controlling system


Project management


  • Development and execution of an effective measure controlling system
  • Execution of a committee/session management system
  • Development and maintenance of a structured resolution and information platform (e.g. SharePoint) with document management throughout the entire project flow
  • Implementation of the QG process
  • Introduction and execution of the degree of maturity controlling system (e.g. EVA)
  • Standardized report on the project objectives
  • Support and coaching for the project head
  • Observation and analysis of the project environment (stakeholder management)


Risk and degree of maturity management


Risk management

  • Implementation and execution of risk assessments
  • Complete logging, clustering, and description of project risks in the cross-functional risk control board
  • Assessment of the extent of damage and the probability of occurrence, as well as the prioritization of the risk
  • Elaboration, planning, approval, and tracking of measures


Degree of maturity management

  • Tracking of the current degree of fulfillment of the individual (sub-project) objectives, as well as the forecasting
  • Elaboration, planning, approval, and tracking of measures