This is the second of six articles on best practices in benefits realization management and its integration into project governance. In the BRM discipline, projects and programs are aligned with strategic objectives to generate verifiable value. This happens through three stages: benefits identification, benefits realization and benefits sustainment.
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This is the first of six articles on best practices in benefits realization management and its integration into project governance.
How is automation going to affect project management—and, more importantly, project managers—in the short and long term as it evolves?
Nations are targeting better and more sustainable economic growth that requires high infrastructure investment. Public Private Partnership (PPP) helps bridge the budgetary gap, as well as being a method for cost-effective and quality service delivery.
With 2017 almost in the rear-view mirror, it’s time to turn our gaze on achieving CIO success in 2018. Let's reflect on the plusses and minuses of 2017 performances in terms of what added to our success—and what led us away from it.
Commitment to quality and implementation of programs aimed at process improvement are becoming focal points to increase overall performance. The incorporation of total quality management (TQM), a leading management philosophy, with strategic planning is natural and inevitable.
Whether or not you acknowledge it, the more importance you give to strategy, the less financial value you are able to extract from your portfolio; the converse is also true. What algorithm can we apply to portfolio selection in order to get the best out of strategy and the best out of economics?
Given the growing impact of emerging technologies, the merger of IT strategy and business strategy is inevitable as keeping up with advancing technologies is a strategic business imperative. Many are questioning the role IT plays—and are positioning the business side as being responsible for the technology strategy.
Portfolio management in today’s world has little to do with project management and everything to do with business management. Is that how your organization operates?
While portfolio tools may be nice and shiny and promise great things, you should not be taken in by their enticing appearance. Instead, look at the root levels of what they can do. Can it help with existing or undeveloped functions? Do you really need one at all?