Why use Project Portfolio Management (PPM)? CIOs recognize that one of the most effective ways to ensure projects and programs success is through formal portfolio management. However, there is little data on the actual delivery of business value or ROI through PPM tools, templates, and techniques. This research bridges that gap by providing empirical evidence with practical case study examples of the benefit of using PPM.
This case study describes the implementation, and benefits – return on investment (ROI) and intangibles – derived by an organization that implemented a Project Portfolio Management Platform. The discussion pertains to a specific firm but can be used to understand the benefits your organization can derive by using PPM tools and platforms. You can also use this to create a business case for your PPM tool/platform purchase.
This research report studies the benefit derived by organizations that implemented and used a Project Portfolio Management Platform for at least one year. Both tangible ROI and in-tangible benefits are discussed. Great place to start your business case for a PPM tool, template or software platform.
This executive guide to project portfolio management (PPM) tools 1) defines PPM 2) discusses trends in the evolution of PPM and related tools and templates 3) discusses the criteria for buyer's to consider when purchasing PPM tools.
This paper demonstrates the creation of a business case for a project portfolio management tool. Using classic business case techniques, and structure of argument, it creates a scenario and demonstrates the benefits derived from using a PPM software tool to improve organizational efficiency.
This presentation discusses key IT imperatives, drivers and the use of tools such as Project Portfolio Management (PPM) to maximize the business value of information technology investments.
This presentation describes IT Project Portfolio Management Tools and Techniques.
This research report evaluated the major project and program portfolio management tools and vendors to compare their capabilities and make a recommendation on the "best of breed." You can use the evaluation criteria and framework to conduct your own project portfolio management tool comparison or start with this evaluation for your PPM tool selection.