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Project Portfolio Management

A View from the Management Trenches

Gebonden Engels 2009 9780470505366
In herdruk, verschijningsdatum onbekend

Samenvatting

Na de inleiding gaat dit boek verder met een verhaal waarin een manager wordt gevolgd die nieuw is met PPM en de problemen tegenkomt waarmee iedereen te maken krijgt die met initiatieven op het gebied van PPM wordt geconfronteerd.

Specificaties

ISBN13:9780470505366
Taal:Engels
Bindwijze:gebonden
Aantal pagina's:256
Druk:1
Verschijningsdatum:1-10-2009
Hoofdrubriek:Projectmanagement

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Over James Pennypacker

James Pennypacker has directed benchmarking projects on management topics, including strategy and projects, portfolio management, PMOs, and process maturity. He is the author/editor of several books, including Seven Steps to Strategy Execution, Project Portfolio Management Maturity Model, and Managing Multiple Projects.

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Over San Retna

San Retna has spent over twenty years deploying and operating project, program, and portfolio management capabilities. He is the Vice President of IT Effectiveness at Safeway, Inc. As a thought leader, he has been profiled in numerous publications including CFO magazine, CIO magazine, Computerworld, and PM Network. Case studies of successes have also been published by Gartner, Corporate Executive Board, and the Project Management Institute.

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Inhoudsopgave

Foreword.
Preface.
Why We Created the EPMC.
Why We Wrote the Book.
About the Authors.
About the EPMC.
Acknowledgements.

Part I: Introduction.
1. What is Project Portfolio Management?
-Introduction.
-Successful PPM.
-The Five Questions in Brief.
-Project Portfolio Management Defined.
-The PPM Players and Roadmap.
-The PPM Process Views.
-A Few More Questions to Get the Mental Synapses Firing.
-Chapter Summary.

Part II: Project Portfolio Management: A Story.
2. Introduction.
-10 Years Ago . . ..
-Present Day . . ..
-Later that afternoon . . ..

3. Are We Investing in the Right Things?
-EPMC Working Document on Portfolio Investment.

4. Are We Optimizing Our Capacity?
-Demand-Side Resource Management.
-Supply-Side Resource Management.
-Conclusion.
-EPMC Working Document on Portfolio Resource.
-Optimization.

5. How Well Are We Executing?

6. Can We Absorb All the Changes?
-Defining Change.
-Types of Change.
-Modeling the Impact of Change.
-Controlling the Impact of Change.
-Conclusion.
-EPMC Working Document on Enterprise Change Management.

7. Are We Realizing the Promised Benefits?
-Key 1: Ensuring All Benefits Claimed Are Robust and Realizable.
-Key 2: Capturing All Value Created.
-Key 3: Moving beyond Benefits Realization to Value Creation.
-Conclusion.
-EPMC Working Document on Benefits Realization.

Part III: Operating Considerations.
8. The PPM Process.
-PPM Components.
-The Project Proposal.
-Project Proposal Approval.
-The Business Case and Project Management Plan.
-Project Prioritization.
-Project Authorization.
-Project Execution and Review.
-Chapter Summary.

9. Setting the Foundation for Success.
-The Business Case Foundation.
-The Benefits of PPM.
-The People Foundation.
-The Process Foundation.
-The Technology Foundation.
-Tying It All Together: People, Process, Technology.
-Chapter Summary.

10. PPM Design.
-PPM’s Seven Ps.
-Decision Criteria.
-Source of Data and Information Related to Decision Criteria.
-Scoring Projects and Portfolio.
-Weighting Decision Criteria.
-Drawing ‘‘The Line’’ in the Portfolio.
-Link to the Business Case.
-Business Case.
-Link to the Portfolio.
-A Few Parting Thoughts.
-Chapter Summary.

11. Implementing PPM.
-Executive Sponsorship.
-Change.
-Skills.
-Structure.
-Executive Steering Committee.
-Governance Board (Decision Review Board).
-Project Management Office.
-Project Management Standards Committee.
-Process Approach.
-Capacity.
-Demand.
-Communication Plan.
-Training.
-Conclusion.
-Chapter Summary.

12. Maintaining PPM.
-Dashboards and Metrics: The Visuals.
-Meetings: Keeping the Process Going.
-Communication: Making Sure Everyone Is on the Same Page.
-Maturity Models: Where Do You and Your Organization Stand?
-Resource Management: Getting Your Arms around the Organization.
-Keeping Up the Momentum.
-Dedicating Resources to Running the PMO.
-Chapter Summary.

Part IV: The Story: Nine Months Later.
13. Bringing It All Together.
-References.

Index.

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