Articles about Project Portfolio Management and Resource Management
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.
With the new extended user rights in Meisterplan, you can now specify which actions each user can or cannot perform in Meisterplan. In this blog post, we will show you how to structure the typical project portfolio management roles and responsibilities, which access levels each role should have and which actions they should perform in Meisterplan.
The Meisterplan team had a great time participating in the 2018 PMI Global Conference in Los Angeles. We especially enjoyed discussing why portfolio plans work and why they don't. In this post, we share the most common responses we got to the question "Do your portfolio plans actually work? Why?".
Every team wants to improve. That's why at Meisterplan, we simply integrated the Retrospective Scrum element into the Lean PPM process. In this post, Stefan Schneider discusses how having a Retrospective with the Portfolio Board after each Board Meeting has led to greater acceptance of the Lean PPM process.
Meisterplan Customer Success Manager Manuel Schneider offers his insider knowledge with 13 Meisterplan tips and shortcuts to make you a professional Meisterplanner.
Many new Meisterplanners have questions about the difference between portfolios and scenarios and how to use them effectively. In this article, Kevin Johnson, from our partner Sandhill Consulting explains the difference between portfolios and scenarios and offers some best practices on how to use these two features in Meisterplan.
Learn more about the recent Meisterplan review by Info-Tech analyst, Barry Cousins, including his first impression, how Meisterplan is different from the competition, and his recommendation on who should try Meisterplan.