The traditional metrics of time, cost and scope are rarely sufficient to determine how a project or program is really performing. It’s important to dive deeper to find the ‘why’ behind the numbers and ensure surface-level data isn’t giving a false sense of security (or doom). Here are some ideas.
Why isn’t project portfolio management delivering on its promise in so many organizations, and what can be done about it? It starts with building a strong foundation of processes for idea generation, business case development, project review and selection. Here are guidelines for making it happen.
The rise of big data and analytics can greatly improve an organization’s decision making, from programs and portfolios to products and processes. Here is a comprehensive checklist to help PMOs develop a framework for structuring large analytics projects, ensuring they deliver the desired business insights and impact.