This document provides in-depth guidance on information technology governance from an investment management perspective. CIOs can learn how to steer IT in the right direction treating each project as an investment that needs to produce results. Excellent Discussion! (125 pages)
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This paper discusses the definition, benefits, and steps in portfolio management. This excellent discussion can help you get a deeper understanding of Project Portfolio Management – from outside the box.
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