Educational Materials


You've found the Project Management Office (PMO) department web site, so that indicates you are interested in learning more about our services, Project Management as a discipline, or maybe you have just been asked to lead a project of your own.  You have found the right place to start. 

Getting Started - Using our Website

You have been assigned a project.  You're not sure what it is you are looking for or even where to start, or perhaps you are an accomplished Project Manager and are seeking something specific.  We know that not everyone enters this discipline with the same level of project management expertise, so we've created a table to help you navigate our resources based upon your current experience.

Peruse our Library of Resources

Do you want to capture project and process improvement related information?  Are you not sure of the difference between a Project Proposal, Project Charter, or Project Plan?  Click here to link to our Templates, Tools, and Examples artifacts, project management-centric terminology definitions, reports, and so forth.  If you don't see what you need, contact us; we may be able to obtain it for you.

Learn about the Project Management Life Cycle

The Project Management Life Cycle web pages outline the project life cycle, which commences when you develop a Project Proposal and submit it for approval.  These life cycle pages provide a general overview of the life cycle and the deliverables of each phase, starting with the Intake Phase and working through the Close Phase.

TeamDynamix - UNH's Portfolio & Project Management Software Tool

TeamDynamix is the software tool used at UNH to manage projects, analyze project performance, and provide ease of communication with project team members.  Each project has a schedule component and its own project workspace to capture issues, project documents, and other project related information.  The TeamDynamix SharePoint site offers tips, tricks, video tutorials and documentation.

Learn about Process Improvement

The Process Improvement web pages describe process improvement basics and outline the six phases of process improvement that UNH has adopted. The PMO promotes LEAN principles and offers training for this process improvement methodology.

PMO Professional Service Offerings

Do you need some one-to-one help, or perhaps have a team that needs assistance?   We understand that knowing how to participate and navigate the project management environment can be challenging, and we are here to help.  Please contact us with your request using our Contact the PMO form.