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Lean Portfolio Management

Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs):
This Webinar is eligible for 1 PMI® PDU in the Strategic category of the Talent Triangle.

Event Description:

The Lean Portfolio Management (LPM) function has the highest level of decision-making and financial accountability for a product driven organization (PDO). The people who fulfill these responsibilities may have various titles and roles. But this function usually includes the business managers and executives who understand the Enterprise’s financial position and are ultimately responsible for portfolio strategy, operations, and execution. Of these three primary responsibilities, strategy and investment funding is arguably the most important. Only by allocating the right investments to building the right things can an enterprise achieve its ultimate business objectives. This requires the focused and continued attention of LPM. In this presentation we will describe how to connect your portfolio to enterprise strategy, fund your value streams and establish your portfolio flow with operations to implement the business objectives driving consistency into your solution portfolio.

Presenter Info:

Mike Rodak has spent 21 years leading teams to deliver products across a broad range of industries including high tech, natural sciences and engineering. Mike has worked both in manufacturing and advance research projects  Mike has been managing portfolios  of electrification technologies and alternative propulsion systems since 2003.  Mike is a partner at Envorso and has received multiple awards for the quality and performance of his product portfolios.


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byHarry Kendrick onMPUG

Excellent. The right spin is put on portfolio management, its tools, and how it fits into the PPM mix!

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  1. Very informative.


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