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  • Better portfolio management — better results! member content open

    By Ramani, S. This paper discusses a client's engagement on how the perspectives of portfolio, program, and project management were integrated and implemented for better business performance. It highlights how…

  • Demand management as a critical success factor in portfolio management member content open

    By Romano, Luca | Grimaldi, Roberta | Colasuonno, Francesco Saverio Demand management is the process an organization puts in place to internally collect new ideas, projects, and needs during the creation of a portfolio. Demand management is successful when the final…

  • Portfolio strategy panel member content open

    By Agyapong, Linda | Guitton, Philippe Charles | Fairdoon, Laila | Lasar, Inken In an ever-more competitive global environment, where the status quo can be challenged through major paradigm shifts, successful strategy execution sets apart successful contenders from unsuccessful…

  • A new hybrid approach for selecting a project management methodology member content open

    By Grushka-Cockayne, Yael | Holzmann, Vered | Weisz, Hamutal | Zitter, Daniel Project management methods are essential in helping organizations determine how a project is planned and executed. This paper proposes a multi-dimensional framework for project methods selection,…

  • Measure twice, change once member content open

    By Ferraro, Jack P. Although change can often be a source of anxiety for organizational leaders and employees, executives can avoid the angst through effective planning, structures and measurement of change management.…

  • PMs in the c-suite member content open

    By Gallagher, Sara The evolution of the triple constraint -- on time, on scope, on budget -- has largely influenced the project management function in organizations, yet project leaders recognize that strategic value…

  • Project managers' responsibilities member content open

    By Zeiher, Mary K. Project success goes beyond the tactical perspective and goals of the project and must be viewed from the overall strategy of the business or organization. Individual projects may be completed…

  • Mastering portfolio analysis with a project and portfolio management tool member content open

    By Cottino, Jeremy This paper aims to show portfolio managers the added value of using a project and portfolio management (PPM) tool when defining the portfolio that will be authorized. After an overview of some…

  • Culture Is As Culture Does member content open

    By Banister-Hazama, Deb | Hazama, Chuck Portfolio, program, and project management (PPPM) is as effective as the manager's ability to lead teams through processes. If the company culture, strategy, and leadership are not aligned with…

  • Delivering business value: The most important aspect of project management member content open

    By Phillipy, Mark A. The whole purpose for project management (as well as portfolio and program management) is to execute work that provides increased value to the business or customer. If an organization does not…

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