Even though traditional models and assumptions represent thinking that originated in the 1890s with Taylor (fixation on efficiency and utilisation) and Gantt (of Gantt chart fame) they seem remarkably impervious to change. Our problem is that we need to change otherwise we can never achieve true business agility.
This video provides a high level overview of Microsoft Project Server 2010 and focuses in on Portfolio Analysis. This area is a major pain point for many organisations and in this video we see how organisations can improve their project selection and approval processes.
This blog post proposes a set of questions to filter and prioritize project during a project portfolio planning process.
Scheduling and resource allocation is a critical part of project planning in multi-project environments. In this blog post, Kailash Await explains that resource allocation issues are a consequence of flawed organisational procedures rather than poor project management practices.
In this blog post, Paul Slater explains how peer reviews can help projects and programmes getting the benefits of getting independent feedback from experienced professionals.
This post presents an effective project portfolio management process based on James Bond’s film experience.