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Planview named a Leader

Planview is named a Leader in the May 2019 Gartner “2019 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Project and Portfolio Management”.

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Driving Revenue While Changing the World

I was re-watching Chris Trimble’s PIPELINE 2010 presentation with an eye to doing a post about one of his key themes (the conflict between Operations and innovation) but realized I’ll need to come back to it in a future post. Rather,…

What’s the Score? Using Scoring to Align Resources

When you think about it, the aim of ANY organization is to maximize resources toward high value. That’s easier said than done. What’s important to one department may be less important to another. And often it’s difficult…

Survey Results Are In: How Do You Compare?

For those of you following this space, you know that a few months ago I asked for your participation in a survey that benchmarks today’s product portfolio management opportunities and challenges. To those who joined in: a big thank you!…

Breaking Down Brand-Driven Innovation Into Next Steps

If you caught the Innovate or Die Webcast earlier this month, you heard from Chris Andrews, Senior Analyst of Forrester Research that approximately 80% of senior-level executives say that innovation is a priority for their company and that…

Resolving the Time Tracking Dilemma: 8 Tips for Success

When it comes to implementing time tracking for Resource Management, many companies disagree on the granularity at which they should capture time. Some feel that summary or phase-level tracking is adequate, while others want to track activity…

Passion and the “Ideal” Product Manager

What makes the ideal product manager? This is a very timely subject for our team, having just gone through an exhaustive — and ultimately successful — search for a new product manager to join the fold, one that forced us to ask ourselves…

The Capacity Quadrant: Four Keys to Improved Resource Planning

Organizations often cite resource management as their most overwhelming challenge. Despite the best-laid plans, they just can’t get a handle on getting the right people available at the right time. Because of this, they sometimes…