Articles about Project Portfolio Management and Resource Management
People who are responsible for project planning want to be in the know. Luckily for them, data like the number of sales or employees has a high "legibility". However, overzealous planners using project portfolio management as an excuse to increase their organization's legibility could put the company at risk. In this post, Matthias Gidda argues for using a Lean PPM tool instead of these Swiss Army Knife types of software with their totalitarian vibe.
Project management offices often struggle to gain acceptance within the company shortly after they have been introduced. There are three phases from introduction to complete PMO acceptance. In this article, we explain what these three phases are, and how you can bring your PMO into the third phase of acceptance.
Can you compare project portfolio management (PPM) to running? And if you did compare the two, is PPM more like a sprint or a marathon?
In this How-To guide, you will learn how to prioritize your projects in Meisterplan. From the necessary prep work to ensuring new projects are ranked properly, we will show you step by step how Meisterplan helps with project prioritization.
What is the best fit for a PMO in your company? Which employees should work in the PMO? And what is the relationship and expectations between stakeholders and the PMO? The second post in our four-part series on PMOs will answer these questions.
With the new project score feature in Meisterplan, it’s easier than ever to design a portfolio where the most important projects are completed first. Read this blog post and watch the video to learn more about this new feature.
Scarce resources and even scarcer resources. Your project portfolio simply cannot be effective without strategic project prioritization. But how do you prioritize projects that all seem to take priority? In this article, we present three possible prioritization methods: the ranking method, the scoring method, and the domain approach.