The Project Makeover Office Limited

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Credentials

…at The PMO we rely on more than just our experience from some of the largest international companies, we also bring accreditations from various professional bodies in order to provide proven methods, processes and practices to help get things moving quickly. 

 


 

The Institute of Directors in New Zealand (Inc) promotes excellence in corporate governance, represents directors’ interests and facilitates their professional development through education and training. It is a membership organisation of over 6,000 individuals representing the spectrum of New Zealand enterprise, from the public and private sectors.

 


 

Project Management Institute (PMI) - with more than 240,000 members in over 160 countries, PMI is the leading membership association for the project management profession. PMI is actively engaged in advocacy for the profession, setting professional standards, conducting research and providing access to a wealth of information and resources. PMI also promotes career and professional development and offers certification, networking and community involvement opportunities.

 


 

Institute of Accredited Business Consultants of New Zealand (IABC) is a professional institute providing formal recognition of the competencies and experiences of SME-specific business consultants.  IABC promotes common standards with Pacific Rim trading partners, provides access to development resources and enables New Zealand business consultants to enjoy mutual recognition throughout the region.

 

 


 

Business Mentors - The New Zealand government’s programme makes available to small business owners the skills and experience of people who have themselves experienced success in business. Business Mentors offer assistance in all areas of business management, where the client and mentor are matched according to the skills requested by the client.

 


 

Six Sigma is a business management strategy, originally developed by Motorola in 1986. Six Sigma became well known after Jack Welch made it a central focus of his business strategy at General Electric in 1995 and today it is widely used in many sectors of industry to improve the quality of process outputs by identifying and removing the causes of defects (errors) and minimizing variability in manufacturing and business processes.