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    May 10, 2023

    Three Ways the PMO Can Take Charge of the Digital Transformation with Clarity

    As businesses continue to embrace digital transformation, it is incumbent upon project management offices (PMOs) to be at the forefront, helping establish effective strategies and optimize adaptation and execution. With their expertise in project management, PMOs are ideally suited to help organizations navigate complex digital landscapes and ensure successful outcomes. With Clarity, PMOs have a powerful solution at their disposal to take charge of the process.

    Here are three ways PMOs can use Clarity to drive digital transformation:

    1. Establish a clear strategy

    One of the first steps in any digital transformation initiative is to establish a clear strategy. This involves identifying the key goals of the transformation, the resources needed to achieve those goals, and the timeline for completion. Clarity helps PMOs with this task by providing a comprehensive view of all ongoing projects and resources. The solution also enables PMOs to track progress in real time. With this information, PMOs can ensure that all projects are aligned with the overall digital transformation strategy and that resources are being used effectively.

    2. Manage change

    Digital transformation initiatives often involve significant changes to an organization's processes, systems, and culture. PMOs can use Clarity to manage these changes. The solution helps PMOs identify potential risks and dependencies, develop change management plans, and communicate with stakeholders. With Clarity, PMOs can create a central repository for all change management information, making it easy to track progress and ensure that all stakeholders are informed.

    3. Foster collaboration

    Successful digital transformation initiatives require collaboration across multiple teams and departments. Clarity provides PMOs with a centralized platform for communication and collaboration. With Clarity, teams can easily share information, collaborate on documents, and track progress. This leads to better decision making, faster problem solving, and improved overall performance.


    Digital transformation is a complex process that requires careful planning, management, and execution—and PMOs have a critical role to play. By leveraging the power of Clarity, PMOs can better ensure the success of digital transformation initiatives. With its comprehensive investment management capabilities, Clarity can help PMOs establish a clear strategy, manage change, and foster collaboration across the organization. By taking charge of the digital transformation process with Clarity, PMOs can guide their organizations more effectively and stay ahead of an ever-evolving digital landscape.

    Jason Kotlinski

    Jason Kotlinski serves as Product Manager for Clarity with clients all across the globe. He is responsible for customer-facing aspects of product management, leading development of key marketable features, and assisting senior management with backlog prioritization and new feature definition.

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