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 PPM? What are the key steps in implementing PPM? How do you measure success? What are portfolio metrics that matter? And much more!
This best practice brief whitepaper discusses management of portfolios from a new product development perspective – agruing that how you spend your money is more important than how much you spend, it makes the case for portfolio management as the guide.
Traditionally, management of portfolio frameworks and methodologies have focused on independent projects undertaken in the same funding cycle. This paper discusses a project portfolio management (PPM) framework that includes a model and approach to optimizing a portfolio of interdependent projects.
This whitepaper defines project and portfolio management (PPM), governance, and describes a model for portfolio management governance.
This paper describes a framework for project portfolio management maturity (PPM) or classification – companies/organizations can fall into one of the four categories and consequently have a different PPM strategy to improve their capability.
This presentation discusses project portfolio management (PPM) including, what is PPM? what are the benefits in using PPM? what are the challenges in implementing PPM? what are common myths about PPM? how to implement PPM step-by-step? what are some PPM models? what are PPM metrics? what are best practices and lessons learned implementing PPM? <br /><br />Good Discussion!
This presentation discusses the need for i.e. benefits of project portfolio rationalization and provides an overview of the PPM process.
This in depth presentation provides a comprehensive step by step process for project portfolio management (PPM). Excellent Read!
The author argues that traditional project portfolio management is bottom-up, hence ineffective, and proposes a top-down i.e. benefits driven approach to project portfolio management (PPM).
This presentation discusses managing the application portfolio, IT resources and investments.