Project Management
Aerospace and Defense,    Agile,    Artificial Intelligence,    Benefits Realization,    Requirements Management,    Business Analysis,    Career Development,    Change Management,    Citizen Development,    Communications Management,    Construction,    Consulting,    Cost Management,    Disciplined Agile,    Earned Value Management,    Education,    Energy and Utilities,    Ethics,    Organizational Culture,    Financial Services,    Government,    Healthcare,    Innovation,    Integration Management,    Information Technology,    Leadership,    Lessons Learned,    New Practitioners,    Organizational Project Management,    Outsourcing,    Pharmaceutical,    Using PMI Standards,    PMO,    Portfolio Management,    Procurement Management,    Quality,    Resource Management,    Risk Management,    Scheduling,    Scope Management,    Scrum,    Strategy,    Sustainability,    Stakeholder Management,    Talent Management,    Teams   

Language: All    English    Arabic    French    Japanese    Korean    Portuguese    Romanian    Russian    Spanish   
Access: All    Free    Premium   
Sort By: Newest    Title   
  All   A   B   C   D   E   F   G   H   I   J   K   L   M   N   O   P   Q   R   S   T   U   V   W   X   Y   Z  

4 items found

Enough With the Benefits Realization Excuses

by Andy Jordan

How can you commit to work if you don’t know whether that work will deliver what you want? Benefits realization isn’t easy, but it’s certainly not impossible. The fundamental issue is that work—and the benefits aligned with that work—is being defined in the wrong way.

Evaluating Benefits: Getting Statistical (Part 1)

by William Davis

Program sponsors making investment choices certainly have benefit expectations in mind when they make those choices. The benefits register, which is created in the first step of the Program Benefits Realization model, too often leads to deterministic benefits, with no indication of the uncertainty surrounding them. What can we do?

Evaluating Benefits: Getting Statistical (Part 2)

by William Davis

Need a better approach to evaluating quantitative benefits? Use a statistical model and make investment choices based on outcomes that have a high likelihood of occurring. In our concluding installment, Statistical PERT comes to the rescue!

Evaluating Benefits: Getting Statistical (Part 3)

by William Davis

Project professionals need to acknowledge that many quantitative uncertainties are poorly estimated using simple, deterministic values that offer little insight about the uncertainty. Consider using Statistical PERT to help.



"Put all your eggs in the one basket and - WATCH THAT BASKET."

- Mark Twain