Eduardo Miranda, Running the Successful Hi-Tech Project Office, Artech House, 2003
I like this book because it begins from the interesting premise that most project failures are due to lack of resources and insufficient coordination across projects. It then goes on to describe how to design, implement, and run a project office geared to resource management and mission coordination.
Gerald I. Kendall and Steven C. Rollins, Advanced Project Portfolio Management and the PMO: Multiplying ROI at Warp Speed, J. Ross Publishing, 2003
This book covers the strategy, tactics, and processes that go into establishing a project management office, one designed to control project initiation and progress. The authors focus on four techniques ...