Skip to main content

Planview named a Leader

in the May 2019 Gartner “2019 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Project and Portfolio Management”.

Planview Blog

Your path to business agility
How Does Your Product Organization Compare?

How Does Your Product Organization Compare?

Participate in The Third Annual Product Portfolio Management Benchmark Survey It’s hard to believe that we’re now conducting the third annual benchmark survey on the State of Product Portfolio Management. More and more product…
The Zen of Portfolio Management

The Zen of Portfolio Management

Hot on the heels of Tim Madewell’s post, Are there clouds hanging over your enterprise?, where Tim discusses the direction cloud solutions are heading with regards to integrations, we at Innotas continue to rapidly pursue building…

SRP and PSA—There IS a Difference—Part 1

As a follow up to a recent Webcast I participated in titled, The Missing Perspective: A Resource View for Service Driven Organizations, I wanted to begin a dialog around the key take-a-ways addressed in the Webcast as it provides a new perspective…

Top 5 Tips for Capturing the Voice of Your Customer

Product Development managers know how critical it is to develop products people want. How do you figure that out without simply guessing? How do you ensure your choice of which product or service to produce wasn’t just your opinion?…
The Missing Portfolio

The Missing Portfolio

Over the past few months, I have written several posts regarding the changing landscape of portfolio management and Gartner’s recent PPM Market Universe. As you may recall, part of this research includes a new Magic Quadrant for Integrated…
Are There Clouds Hanging Over Your Enterprise?

Are There Clouds Hanging Over Your Enterprise?

We have had a number of conversations with customers and prospect that mentioned having a corporate or IT-driven “cloud initiative”. After hearing this, we’ve reflected on the rapid change of cloud solutions from the…
Three Questions for Project Teams

Three Questions for Project Teams

While seemingly rather simplistic, the below three questions call for some critical thinking and decision making as a project is initiated. Let’s review each in detail: What does success look like? Many project managers fail to ask…

Code Debt

Several years ago, as a young programmer recently out of graduate school, I joined a small company and inherited a large amount of code that had been created by a previous employee. The code implemented a complex user interface and I had received…