Every organization has an ultimate Mission that all of their long-term goals, yearly portfolios, quarterly outlooks and daily operations are striving to fulfill. The Mission often sounds simple on its surface, but there is an array of initiatives that are critical to achieving it and limited resources to dedicate to these initiatives.
We have developed an Enterprise Project Management Office white paper, and we wanted to provide it for free for our loyal blog followers. At 5,000 words and over a dozen graphics, this is the most in-depth content we have ever released free to the public, so be sure to take advantage.
This comprehensive and multi-layered paper demonstrates how the project portfolio delivers your organization’s Mission and Vision, the strategy challenges and solutions, and the execution challenges and solutions.
The New Year is a natural crossroads that we reach every year. It’s an opportunity to assess the realities of the past year and, from that, consider what you’d like to see happen in the upcoming year given the expectation of what is to come. With this perspective on New Years, we find that a commitment to Project Portfolio Management (PPM) is the perfect New Year’s resolution, since the recent past has solidified its prevalence and the near future will augment its importance.
Jim Colton and Project Assistants CEO, Gus Cicala, will be leading a webinar on Ensuring ROI through Effective Project Portfolio Execution. Project Assistants is pleased to announce the agenda for this webinar set to take place on December 11th at 3:00PM EST. Highlighting the event will be a demonstration on using Microsoft Project Server to facilitate PPM execution and a detailed methodology for improving organizational PPM. (more…)
Jim Colton and Project Assistants CEO, Gus Cicala, will be leading a webinar on Optimizing Portfolio Management: Integrating Portfolio Process with Microsoft Project Server 2010. Project Assistants is pleased to announce the agenda for this webinar set to take place on October 2nd at 3:00PM EST. Highlighting the event will be a demonstration on using Microsoft Project for your PPM processes and a detailed methodology for improving organizational PPM.
Following is the agenda in full:
Project Portfolio Management (PPM) Overview
Project Portfolio Management Approach
Microsoft PPM Demonstration
Summary of Benefits
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Organizations are beginning to recognize the comprehensive power that Resource Management has for addressing how to manage projects and project portfolios.
To put it simply, the daily operations of an organization revolve around executing initiatives to achieve the corporate vision. There are two criteria for meeting that end: doing the right projects and doing the projects right. Doing the right projects is the goal of Project Portfolio Management (PPM), and doing the projects right is the goal of Project Management. These two entities, then, are the foundational basis for accomplishing the mission of your organization.
What makes Resource Management so powerful is that it lies at the heart of both PPM and Project Management. (more…)