Portfolio Management

Portfolio management ensures that an organization can leverage its project selection and execution success. It refers to the centralized management of one or more project portfolios to achieve strategic objectives. Our research has shown that portfolio management is a way to bridge the gap between strategy and implementation.

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    By Scott, Lindsay Lindsay Scott, Director of Program and Project Management Recruitment at Arras People in London, England, answers questions from project management practitioners about developing professional skills.

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    High tech helps accelerate classroom learning — but new tools also must fit the strategic goals of educational organizations. At the New York City Department of Education (NYCDOE), which oversees…

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    Transportation Business at CH2M

    By Terry A. Ruhl, P.E., F. ASCE CH2M is a global engineering company recognized for its ability to tackle complex challenges. This case study illustrates how its transportation division went from one of its most challenging…

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    By Fister Gale, Sarah Cities are running out of room — and time. If urban leaders don't start rethinking transit project portfolios to invest in more public transit options and make way for bicycles and driverless cars,…

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    By Burba, Donovan Organizational complexity builds an intricate web of dependencies that can snare even the most experienced project leader. It introduces uncertainty and adds layers of risk that slow progress and…


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