Articles about Project Portfolio Management and Resource Management
The 3rd PPM Praxis Test 2016 compares leading PPM tools. The report gives top marks in its review of Meisterplan for resource management and as a "management cockpit" for companies.
In today's world, organizations need to adapt quickly to changes in external parameters and to process environmental impacts as quickly as possible. How does such a modern "PPM ecosystem" look? The solution is the fractal organization. In this blog post we take a look at the fractal organization and how this can be derived from complex adaptive systems.
What are the keys to success for a PMO director? In our latest blog post, we discuss five character traits and soft skills the ideal PMO director should possess - including a focus on feasibility and resources, using Lean PPM and the value of communication skills.
It's the focus on the creation of value that has finally carried the concept of lean far beyond the production floor. In this article Dr. Jörg Leute applies the seven forms of waste to project portfolio management.
Unfortunately, the traditional process for project portfolio management does not work well in the real world. In this article we analyse the most common problems with traditional PPM.
2017. A new year. A new plan. In the project portfolio planning world, the start of a new year often brings in new strategies, new priorities, and an update to the project portfolio. As we finalize our plans for this new year, we would like to take some time to examine trends in Project Portfolio Management (PPM) that can help successfully achieve goals for the new year and beyond.
The complexity of the requirements for IT projects in the area of financial services is steadily increasing. While project management and test management software is widely used in the banking sector, the logical first step, the planning and management of the project portfolio based on the available resource capacities, is often neglected. But it doesn't have to be that way.