From Developer to Marketer: A Day in the Life of Yadhu Krishnan, Retention Marketing Manager

Yadhu Krishnan considers himself more logical than creative. That’s what gives him an  advantage as a retention marketing manager—the first role he’s had that is involved with the customer side instead of the go-to-market (GTM) side. Read about his journey to this position, how his background is building his creativity, and what he thought of...

Ensure Your Enterprise Executes and Delivers Work Efficiently

Best-in-class companies align their efforts so everyone is moving in the same direction – a direction towards the desired business outcomes.   They ensure that their goals and initiatives are aligned with their high-level strategy, from top leadership all the way down to the teams that deliver the work.   The C-suite has a holistic view across...

Planview Stands with the People of Israel 

We stand in solidarity with and beside our Israeli team members and those impacted by this crisis, and we continue to encourage and support a peaceful resolution.

Digital Transformations Are Crucial to Optimizing Innovation Value

Speed in delivering high-value innovations is a critical differentiator that can make or break companies. According to a Boston Consulting Group report, companies prioritizing innovation—arriving first to market with new and relevant ideas—outperform the MSCI World Index on shareholder return by 3.3 percentage points per year.  As technologies evolve and disruptions become an ever-growing presence...

AI Has Taken the Boardroom by Storm. Here’s What You Must Know.

The C-suite has to identify, adopt, and express a strategic approach to the AI paradigm we all have entered, and provide a blueprint for how their organizations will compete and thrive in it. This post by Dr. Pallab Chatterjee highlights the essential components of an AI strategy for CEOs.

3 Predictions for What’s Next in Project Portfolio Management 

The pressure to evolve is mounting for the PMO, which needs to adapt to new digital strategies – and more strategic, product, or initiative portfolios – while bridging traditional practices. Find out how you'll need to adapt, so you can move into the next phase of portfolio management with confidence.