Project Portfolio Management: Earning An Execution Premium

Hardcover | May 15, 2007

byShan Rajegopal, Philip Mcguin, James Waller

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Many companies and organisations are faced with a portfolio of projects that need to be managed effectively and successfully. This new book by leading practitioners introduces a framework and range of tools to enable the project portfolio to be strategically managed including establishing guidelines, prioritising, aligning projects with strategy, balancing the portfolio and sustaining a change culture through continuous improvement.

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Many companies and organisations are faced with a portfolio of projects that need to be managed effectively and successfully. This new book by leading practitioners introduces a framework and range of tools to enable the project portfolio to be strategically managed including establishing guidelines, prioritising, aligning projects wit...

SHAN RAJEGOPAL is a practitioner, academic and consultant with over twenty year's industrial experience covering clients in various sectors. He has held senior positions in culturally diverse organizations in Asia, North America and Europe and now works for Berkshire Consultancy LImited conducting project portfolio assessments and imp...

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:256 pages, 9.49 × 6.37 × 0.88 inPublished:May 15, 2007Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230507166

ISBN - 13:9780230507166

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Table of Contents

Project Portfolio Management Concepts, Growth and Strategic Application * Determine Project Funding and Resourcing Practices * Form the Project portfolio Management Team * Establish and Implement the Project Portfolio Charter * Establish the Project Portfolio Procedural Guidelines * Establish Project Domains * Develop Prioritisation Criteria * Identify and Classify Project Work * Prioritise the Projects * Determine the Resource Pool * Estimate the resource Demand * Analyse Capacity versus Demand * Align Business Strategies with Project Work * Reconcile Capacity and Demand * Balance the Portfolio Incrementally * Maintain Visibility * Set Measurability and Control * Sustain Change Culture Through Continuous Improvement