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Portfolio HEADWAY: More Than The Usual Suspects: Governance In A Portfolio Management World

PREMIUM presentation

The implementation of portfolio management solutions has become increasingly popular in organizations. Why portfolio management is implemented, and the solutions that are sought, varies considerably. We see the implementation of portfolio management to complement organizational governance or compensate for its absence. Which reason is prevalent will have an impact on our role as project managers.

Portfolio HEADWAY: Owning Other Peoples' Choices: Prioritization And Selection of Projects

Jul 19, 2011 12:00 AM EDT (UTC-4)
PREMIUM webinar

Prioritization of projects involves making competing decisions. Sometimes the competition is between projects. At other times, the competition is between departments and business units. The decisions we make are based upon different projects, to accomplish different outcomes, by different areas of the organization. We aren't comparing apples and oranges; at times, we are comparing kumquats and bathroom tissue.

Portfolio HEADWAY: Benefits Realization: Getting What You Expect From a Project

PREMIUM presentation

In any organization, projects are done for a reason. It might be a sound, well thought out justification or a project could even be undertaken on a mere whim, but there are always perceived benefits behind every one. However, only some projects realize these benefits while other fail miserably, but how will you know? How do you determine that your project achieved the expected benefits? While many organizations are becoming better at defining the expected benefits, they assume the benefits are met and fail to follow-up on confirming the realization has actually occurred. Join us for the month's Project HEADWAY webinar when we examine benefits realization from a portfolio perspective. What are the key steps a portfolio needs to take and what are some of the pitfalls it needs to avoid? Join us for this month's webinar and explore the benefits.

Portfolio HEADWAY: Benefits Realization: Getting What You Expect From a Project

by Craig Curran-Morton
November 17, 2009 | 57:37 | Views: 1,187 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.11 / 5

In any organization, projects are done for a reason. It might be a sound, well thought out justification or a project could even be undertaken on a mere whim, but there are always perceived benefits behind every one. However, only some projects realize these benefits while other fail miserably, but how will you know? How do you determine that your project achieved the expected benefits? While many organizations are becoming better at defining the expected benefits, they assume the benefits are met and fail to follow-up on confirming the realization has actually occurred. Join us for the month's Project HEADWAY webinar when we examine benefits realization from a portfolio perspective. What are the key steps a portfolio needs to take and what are some of the pitfalls it needs to avoid? Join us for this month's webinar and explore the benefits.

Portfolio HEADWAY: Governance & Oversight - Managing Projects From A Portfolio Perspective

PREMIUM presentation

In most organizations, projects compete against one another for financial and human resources as well as the attention of management. This competition, mixed with sudden lurches in organizational direction, can often have a devastating impact on a given project's budget, scope and schedule and, in some cases, it's very existence. How can the portfolio support projects and ensure they have the opportunity to realize their benefits? What are the steps the portfolio can take to ensure projects have the required supports, that expectations are being managed and that governance and oversight is being applied? Join us for this month's Portfolio HEADWAY webinar when we examine portfolio governance and oversight.

Portfolio HEADWAY: Governance & Oversight - Managing Projects From A Portfolio Perspective

by Craig Curran-Morton
October 20, 2009 | 59:26 | Views: 1,640 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.01 / 5

In most organizations, projects compete against one another for financial and human resources as well as the attention of management. This competition, mixed with sudden lurches in organizational direction, can often have a devastating impact on a given project's budget, scope and schedule and, in some cases, it's very existence. How can the portfolio support projects and ensure they have the opportunity to realize their benefits? What are the steps the portfolio can take to ensure projects have the required supports, that expectations are being managed and that governance and oversight is being applied? Join us for this month's Portfolio HEADWAY webinar when we examine portfolio governance and oversight.

Portfolio HEADWAY: Owning Other Peoples' Choices: Prioritization And Selection of Projects

PREMIUM presentation
by Mark Mullaly, Ph.D., PMP

Prioritization of projects involves making competing decisions. Sometimes the competition is between projects. At other times, the competition is between departments and business units. The decisions we make are based upon different projects, to accomplish different outcomes, by different areas of the organization. We aren't comparing apples and oranges; at times, we are comparing kumquats and bathroom tissue.

Portfolio HEADWAY: Owning Other Peoples' Choices: Prioritization And Selection of Projects

by Mark Mullaly, Ph.D., PMP
July 19, 2011 | 59:12 | Views: 531 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 3.92 / 5

Prioritization of projects involves making competing decisions. Sometimes the competition is between projects. At other times, the competition is between departments and business units. The decisions we make are based upon different projects, to accomplish different outcomes, by different areas of the organization. We aren't comparing apples and oranges; at times, we are comparing kumquats and bathroom tissue.

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