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CA, VersionOne Unveil Agile-PPM Solution

by ProjectsatWork.com

CA Technologies and VersionOne have partnered on a solution that integrates Agile and waterfall project management, providing visibility across all development initiatives and enabling improved business-level decision making.

Calculate Your ROI, Make Two Envelopes...

by David Liss

Confused by ROI? This primer will help you understand what it's all about. And if you're behind the eight-ball, responsible for putting together an ROI for a project gone bad, this article could save you.

Can Your Portfolio Pivot?

by Tom Mochal

How quickly does your organization respond to new critical needs? Does it cancel projects or move resources from others, causing delays? Optimizing the portfolio based on when projects end as opposed to when they start allows for a more agile response to change.

Catch the Madness

by Jeff Schwartz

What can we learn from college basketball's rabid tournament? You'll be surprised...

Cautious Optimism and the Next T-Wave

by Jeff Schwartz

As the new year progresses, we ask: What will be the next technological innovation that will drive opportunity in our market?

Change Is the Norm

by Andy Jordan

As a portfolio-driven approach to project delivery shifts the focus from outputs to benefits, changes become much more common and the organization needs to also shift from a control-based change management environment to a culture that empowers its project teams to make clearly communicated course corrections along the way.

Change Management and the EVA Road Show

by Andrew Makar, PMP

Motivating an organization to incorporate earned value into their culture is an exercise in change management. Effectively managing change isn't an easy process--and rolling out EVA throughout an organization can be challenging. Applying the following change management activities to your EVA implementation can help improve its adoption.

Change Readiness: The PM's New Priority

by Andy Jordan

As The Project Economy reimagines business around the concept of projects, the disruption to operations increases. The project delivery function needs to manage that if an organization is going to succeed.

Changing the (Project) World Through Technology

by Andy Jordan

To deliver more significant and sustainable improvements, we have to shift our focus from efficiency to effectiveness. We also have to understand how the enterprise tools available to us can support that change, helping us to deliver innovation rather than acting as a drag on it. This is where PPM and similar vendors can assist.

Charting Project Direction

by Jim Harris

If you don’t know where you are going, how will you know when you will get there? Unless you want to be going around in circles, contemplating a failed project, you’ll need a project charter.

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