Value-driven projects differ from plan-driven projects in significant ways, including how teams are formed, how funding is obtained, how scope is determined and how solutions are achieved. They seek valuable rather than predictable results. Here’s a roadmap to making the switch.
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It could have been a fad, but it looks like virtualization is here to stay, so now is a great time to get up to speed on what this term actually means--and what this technology means for you. Welcome to the world of virtualization. The tour starts here.
While visually pleasing elements can help stakeholders focus on important aspects of project management like risk identification and crisis management, other data elements are still needed for a qualified assessment of project or portfolio status.
The driving force behind visualization should be extracting the value for the data and information it presents. That is a top challenge facing all of us as program and project managers.