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Enterprise Portfolio Management (EPM) is a set of interrelated techniques and/or activities, systematically applied to maximize a company's investment decisions. This involves a centralized view of all major projects within the organization, viewing them as one portfolio or a set of portfolios being led by functional departments (IT, HR, Finance, Marketing, etc.).
Projects vs. BAU
Artificial Intelligence (AI) can significantly enhance project management in various ways. Here are some ways in which AI can improve project management:
Change Management Process
A graphic technique, (also known as fishbone diagrams, herringbone diagrams, cause-and-effect diagrams, or Fishikawa) is used for displaying characteristics of a given situation or problem.
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Community Guide of the PMI-ACP|Community Guide of the PMI-ACP Adaptive Planning|Adaptive Planning
A technique used to identify the conditions that initiate the occurrence of an undesired activity or state. Once the root causes are identified, steps to eliminate them can be determined. The result of this technique can be summarized using Ishikawa Diagrams. The key to applying the technique is to take problems expressed by the customers (not perceived problems) and determine if the statement sounds like an effect, a problem, or a cause. Remedies should be aimed at the root causes and not the problems or the effects.