Portfolio management has been around for several decades. And while we equate it with strategic decision making and prioritization, that isn’t where it started, and it isn’t its greatest source of value. Our perception of portfolio management has evolved in response to organizational challenges and perceived opportunities, and is arguably still somewhat of a moving target. While that’s a legacy of how it has been historically defined, it raises a fundamental question: if we invented portfolio management today, would it still look the same?
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Closing Q&A webinar for August 2017 Book Club on Reaching Your Next Summit! by Manley Feinberg II
Most people don’t know how to run a meeting because they have never been to an effective meeting. During this webinar, high-impact strategies that enable meetings to bring tremendous value will be revealed.
You might have noticed that there is more and more chatter about ‘Benefits’, ‘Benefits Management’ or ‘Benefits Realization Management’ and several thoughts may have gone through your mind. This webinar will explore what Benefits Realization Management is and why it is important.
Our ability to cross this divide will define how successful the project will be. Will we deliver solutions as specified by users or will we solve business problems as expressed by stakeholders?
December 2017 Book Club Intro - The Business of Portfolio Management – Boosting Organizational Value
Introduction webinar for December 2017 Book Club Selection, The Business of Portfolio Management - Boosting Organizational Value by Iain Fraser, PMP
Cyber Security and Project Management have often times been treated as two separate processes, but there are more similarities than differences to these processes.
The best Project Managers are outstanding leaders. They motivate, bring people together, and accomplish great things. They lead with accountability, are risk aware, and have courage to act. They get the best and most exciting assignments. They are the ones that succeed.