Practical Application of Portfolio Management
Often, our discussion on project portfolio management (PPM) focuses on technology and related projects. Can this technique be applied with success in other disciplines? What can we learn from this experiment that can be applied to technology projects? This research reveals the positive value creation potential of portfolio management and highlights lessons that can be applied to technology projects.
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| How should a CIO deploy new technologies while lowering the cost of the existing application portfolio? How do we design an investment strategy that addresses these challenges? This whitepaper proposes a framework for application portfolio assessment...
| This presentation provides an in-depth (50+ pages) introduction to Project Portfolio Management (PPM). What is PPM? Why is PPM important? What are the key challenges in implementing PPM? What are the key myths related to PPM? What are the benefits of...
| This paper introduces a portfolio based approach for innovation management. Excellent discussion for the CIO to understand how to use Project Portfolio Management (PPM) to improve returns on their innovation efforts both within and outside the IT Or...
| This paper presents a framework to govern Project Portfolio Rationalization in the enterprise. An excellent tool to ensure the delivery of business value through PPM. (100 pages)
| This paper introduces project portfolio management (PPM), explains the importance of PPM, discusses common tools, templates, and techniques, demonstrates the contribution of PPM to organizational success and the use of PPM in the creation of business...
| This research studied the connection between project performance, and PPM Maturity in an organization. It discusses frameworks for both project/program portfolio management maturity, and performance to highlight practices that work, and create value ...
| This paper discusses the connection between Project Portfolio Management (PPM), Enterprise Program Management (EPM), and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP).
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