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Time-Saving Tips for Creating and Sharing Roadmaps

Product managers have an increasingly difficult job. They not only need to listen and understand customers, operations, markets, sales, and engineering, but they then must make difficult decisions that require communicating and guiding…

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Turn Your List of Projects into Investments that Drive Value

As a PMO leader, have you ever looked at a list of projects in your company? I mean, really looked at them? The projects typically describe what is to be done, not necessarily the value of doing them. Corresponding project charters and business…

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Be the Agile EPMO to Create an Adaptable Organization [Video]

Have you ever planned a road trip? You must know where you are starting your journey from and where the final destination is before you can start laying out your path and the stops along the way. And once you create that roadmap, you must be willing…

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Why You Need Both PPM and Agile – Part 2

In part one of my two-part blog series, I highlight 3 of the 7 reasons why Agile and PPM are not mutually exclusive. By using both Agile and Project Portfolio Management (PPM), you can make your business more nimble and competitive. With Agile,…

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7 Reasons Why You Need Both PPM and Agile

For the PMO, the pressure is on to reduce planning time, adapt to market demands and changes, and deliver the best projects within budget. But is management really asking you to morph into a scrum master, or simply embrace an agile framework?…

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Make the Right Strategic Decisions on Your Project Portfolio

If your organization has been busy managing a portfolio of projects, you should already be aware that the traditional annual planning cycle hinders adaptability of effectively managing the portfolio in today’s continually changing…

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Stop Working on Projects That Are Not Priority

Projects still remain the vehicle for executing on strategy.  Even if the current pressures facing executives around strategy are ignored, and assuming strategy remains unchanged, project failure rates will continue to remain alarmingly…