Topic: program management guide

Project Portfolio Planning Methodology

 The Project Portfolio Planning (P3) Methodology provides an organized and comprehensive process for developing project portfolios that support the business. The methodology is most appropriate for organizations that continually generate myriads of projects and project ideas that compete for a limited number of available resources. Issues addressed by the methodology include harvesting new project ideas, documenting the business case, evaluating projects on a consistent basis, prioritizing projects, selecting the best portfolio, and planning required resources.

The Case for Project Portfolio Management (PPM)

 Project Portfolio Management (PPM) has gained favor with CIOs – this paper discusses the rapid adoption of PPM, the definition of PPM, and best practices in PPM implementation.

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