Project Management Office

Purpose of the project management office

The University of Taif, represented by the Deanship of e-Learning and 

Information Technology, wishes to improve the level of implementation of its projects through the development of the Project Management Office. The Office will implement the best standards in project management and transfer of knowledge to the University staff through the implementation of several projects to serve the Deanship.
As a result of the efforts of Taif University to promote this level of professionalism in the work and management of projects, the Deanship of e-Learning and Information Technology has sought to develop the establishment of the Office of Project Management to manage, control and control the technical projects.


Professionalism in the implementation of projects to increase the success rate through an effective and professional team in the management of projects and institutionalized.


To create a positive and effective environment to build institutional maturity in the management, implementation and control of projects to increase the chances of success, according to the best international practices in the field of project management, in a manner that serves and meets the requirements and satisfaction of all beneficiaries of projects.

The Objectives

The Office of Project Management (PMO) emphasizes the importance of having the ability to achieve the desired objectives through the presence of qualified cadres and clear methodologies based on PMI standards.
The objectives of the PMO are to:

  1. Develop a project management methodology and framework that is compatible with global methodologies in project management.

  2. Improve and improve the performance of projects and their outputs.

  3. Checking and verifying the conformity of project management processes.

  4. Define the structure of project governance, including administrative processes, skills, roles and responsibilities for project management.

  5. Improve project success.

  6. Knowledge transfer and awareness raising and institutional maturity in project management.

Tasks of the PMO

  1. Participate in writing the booklet of conditions and specifications for projects to be managed by the Office.

  2. Maintain and continuously review and update project management methodologies and UNOPS methodologies.

  3. Maintain project models, review and update them continuously.

  4. Managing existing portfolio portfolios and then promoting a more comprehensive vision by putting projects within programs and portfolios and prioritizing projects.

  5. The office functions are managed by:

  • Performance Management
  • Manage the scope of work
  • Resource Management
  • Time management and project plans
  • cost management
  • Risk management and problems
  • Department of stakeholders
  • Quality Management
  • Communications Management
  • Supply Management (Procurement)
  • Training and institutional awareness in project management.
  • Provide guidance, advice and continuous support to project managers and project team members in project management.