Aligning IT and Business with Demand Management
Demand Management (DM) is a component of a full-featured Project Portfolio Management (PPM) practice. Demand comes from many sources and all phases of the project lifecycle. Capacity management must consider all of these.
With PPM, you extend the management of projects to the full lifecycle, spanning from idea to realization of benefits. This is accomplished by bringing structure to project selection and resource allocation.
The business case defines all aspects of the project. It demonstrates how it supports strategic and tactical initiatives. It calculates expected ROI. It modifies ROI based of risks. It expresses the "value" of the project. It outlines impacts on resources.
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Harvey A. Levine
Mr. Harvey Levine, PMI Fellow, is a well-known project management (PM) author, consultant, and authority on the subjects of Project Portfolio Management (PPM), PM software, technology, earned value, and general PM practices. He has 46 years of PM experience, including 24 years with the General Electric Company. Since 1986, Harvey is Founder/Principal with The Project Knowledge Group, a PM consultancy based in New York and California that specializes in building PM competencies and providing guidance, training and services related to PPM and PM software selection, evaluation & implementation. He is a leading advocate and mentor in the expanding field of Project Portfolio Management.
- SERENA Software, Inc.
- 05 Jun 2008
- 01 May 2008
- 9 Page(s)
- White Paper