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The Use of Strategy in Microsoft Project Online

During Microsoft Project Online implementations, our clients and users often ask two questions: What is the best practice for using Strategy, the portfolio analysis, feature in Microsoft Project Online? Can we depend on the outcome of a portfolio analysis process? In this article I address both. The main goal of portfolio analysis is to identify,…

How to Accelerate the ROI of Your PPM Investment

What if I told you that I know how to shortcut the payback period on a typical project and portfolio management (PPM) maturity initiative? What if I could tell you how to abbreviate the growing pains and go straight to the results? Getting to a solid return on investment on your PPM investment takes a…

7 Vital Project Performance Measures

When we think about measuring the performance of a project, it’s not really the same as measuring the performance of a team or a process. So we need to think a little differently about the kinds of measures that will tell us what we really need to know. When we measure the performance of the…

How to Increase Microsoft Project Server ROI with Dynamic Reallocation

Presentation Description Despite significant investments in PPM, unreliable planning, cost overruns and project failures results in companies losing up to 46% of the planned business value from their project portfolios. Strategic PMOs are going beyond annual planning and implementing a Dynamic Reallocation framework to realize more ROI from their project investments. Attend this session to…

Webinar: Optimización de Costes con Gestión de Portafolios: Claves y Pragmatismo

Please log in above or start a free trial to view this video Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs): Esta grabación de vídeo es elegible para 1 Categoría A PMI PDU en la categoría triángulo talento Gestión del Proyecto Técnico. Si usted está reclamando esta sesión , debe añadirlo a su MPUG historia…

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