Enterprise Project Management,
PPM DEFINITION: Project portfolio management organizes a series of projects into a single portfolio consisting of reports that capture project objectives, costs, timelines, accomplishments, resources, risks and other critical factors. Executives can then regularly review entire portfolios, spread resources appropriately and adjust projects to produce the highest departmental returns.
Many IT project management initiatives often miss goals, exceed budgets and fail to deliver benefits. Read this paper to learn how optimizing project management can help organizations transition from managing IT projects to managing business outcomes.
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.
ALM has made software development projects more successful over the past twelve years, but statistics show there is still room for improvement. See how Serena's ALM approach can help your organization overcome the shortcomings of traditional ALM tools.
Professional services automation is not flexible enough to overcome the challenges associated with delivering services. Read this paper to learn how project workforce management can improve collaboration between your organization and its customers.
This paper provides a review of the steps and stages associated with project management according to the Project Management Institute® (PMI). It is a primer for anyone new to the PMBOK® and who is preparing to take the PMP exam.
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