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Pareto's Principle (Part 1)

by Richard L. Diamond & Jennifer S. Diamond

Use scope definition to build relationships, not destroy them. Making considered decisions on how much to spend to get the right business benefit is a team approach when you try some old thinking in new ways. Read on for more in applying the 80/20 rule for project scope and success control.

Pareto's Principle (Part 2)

by Richard L. Diamond & Jennifer S. Diamond

Use scope definition to build relationships, not destroy them. Making considered decisions on how much to spend to get the right business benefit is a team approach when you try some old thinking in new ways. Read on for more in applying the 80/20 rule for project scope and success control. As the series continues, we look at how the rule works.

Pareto's Principle (Part 3)

by Richard L. Diamond & Jennifer S. Diamond

Use scope definition to build relationships, not destroy them. Making considered decisions on how much to spend to get the right business benefit is a team approach when you try some old thinking in new ways. Read on for more in applying the 80/20 rule for project scope and success control. In the concluding part of this series, we continue to look at how the rule works.

Paying Off

by Kathleen Ryan O'Connor

A new study details how organizations worldwide are leveraging project portfolio management software to significantly increase efficiencies, cut costs and drive revenue.

Peer Pressures, Best-in-Class PPM Habits

by ProjectsAtWork

A recent Aberdeen survey identified the top pressures in managing IT projects as well as “best-in-class” practices for picking the right projects and managing portfolios and resources.

Pencils Down

by Kathleen Ryan O'Connor

A niche PPM solution has helped a rapidly growing Ohio university take IT project work to the next level. Not only did it knock out redundant projects, the buy-in from senior leadership was surprisingly fast. And Franklin University liked what it saw enough to bring it completely in house within the first year.

Planning the Portfolio

by Alan Shefveland

Project portfolio planning efforts often stumble on seven common pitfalls, including outdated evaluation criteria and prioritization based on emotion. To avoid these missteps and produce better business outcomes, here is a best-practice framework that can be tailored to meet the specific needs of your organization.

Planview Acquires Innotas

by ProjectsatWork.com

The deal extends Planview's presence into the mid-market for work and resource management solutions, and creates a $180 million company with more than 3,000 customers and 700 employees.

PM Certification Drives Culture Change and Business Performance Improvement

by Graham Campbell

One global engineering organization took the bold step of making certification of all project managers a mandatory requirement for some 7,500 staff in 29 countries—a step not that common in the traditional, technically driven architecture and engineering industry. As this practitioner shares, the results of this change have been stunning.

PMO Dashboards...Without the Pain

by Andy Jordan

There are many ways to do the dashboard badly, and a few ways to get it right. Here, we explore some of the important aspects of a dashboard--and perhaps more importantly the controls and processes that need to be in place to support it and ensure that the content is accurate and meaningful.

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