About Thomas Quandt

Thomas learned the meaning of managing scarce resources during his time as an organizational sciences student – usually around the middle of the month when, once again, there was more month left than money. In the ensuing 10 years as a customer service representative and project manager in the financial services sector, he came to realize that not every call (for more time and capacity) produces an echo. Today, Thomas is a customer success manager responsible for advising Meisterplan customers on lean PPM.

Just What The Doctor Ordered: Reinventing How A Hospital Operates With Agile Project Portfolio Management

Despite the traditional project management methods used in the healthcare industry, Munich Hospital managed to adopt the Agile method through a stringent but dynamic process. Here are some interesting insights from Munich Hospital's Marco Weidemeier on the process of changing the way the hospital works.

By |2019-09-13T16:11:55+00:00September 11th, 2019|Categories: Case Study, Project Portfolio Management|

Project Portfolio Management for Financial Services: A Battle of Projects

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.

By |2019-08-14T08:13:53+00:00January 13th, 2017|Categories: Project Portfolio Management|