Four Starting Points for Effective Project and Portfolio Management

Four Starting Points for Effective Project and Portfolio Management

Many IT project management initiatives often miss goals, exceed budgets and fail to deliver actual benefits. Although many organizations know that effective project management is an issue, many don't know the actual issues that need to be addressed. Read this paper to learn about the causes of IT project failures and how optimizing project and portfolio management can help organizations transition from managing IT projects to managing business outcomes.

Learn how your organization can improve the effectiveness of its business processes without disrupting current operations or increasing the burden on the IT staff. This paper discusses the four main focus areas for starting an effective project and portfolio management initiative in your organization, including:

  • Demand consolidation
  • Portfolio Management
  • Project Execution
  • Resource Management
Hewlett Packard Enterprise
01 Aug 2008
01 Aug 2008
12 Page(s)
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