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Stakeholder Committee Member Responsibilities & Benefits

PURPOSE OF THE COMMITTEE

The purpose of the PMO Stakeholder Committee is to support and facilitate the PMO project selection process. 

RESPONSIBILITIES

Being on the PMO Stakeholder Committee will require a commitment of approximately three hours, twice a year. The main responsibilities will be:

  • The PMO will add the priority projects to the weighted scoring sheet and will send the weighted scoring sheet to each member of the PMO Stakeholder Committee, along with a description and details for each project
  • Each member of the Stakeholder Committee will give a rating to each of the priority projects
    • This process will happen twice a year
    • A weighted score will automatically be calculated based on the rating
  • An average weighted score, per project, will be automatically calculated based on all ratings that were given by the committee
  • The PMO will hold a Stakeholder Committee meeting to allow for discussion of the initial ratings and address any discrepancies within the ratings 
    • This will allow for opinions and thoughts to be presented and shared
  • A completed and finalized weighted score sheet will be presented to IIT executives to determine which projects the PMO will work on for a given rotation
  • Ultimately, committee members will be expected to use their perspectives, areas of expertise, and backgrounds to rate each of the priority projects, based on an established set of criteria. The Stakeholder Committee members will provide valuable perspectives and recommendations but will not have decision-making roles or obligations 

BENEFITS

There are a variety of benefits to being involved:

  • Influence: As a member of the PMO Stakeholder Committee, each individual will have an impact and influence on the IT projects that the PMO will work on for a given rotation
  • Collaboration: Each member will get to work with a diverse group of individuals from across the university
  • Learning: Each member will learn about best practices, what other institutions are doing, learning and evaluation approaches, and more

MEMBERS

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