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Portfolio Management Reporting Doesn’t Have to be Painful

Make Smarter Decisions with The Top 7 Reports for IT PMOs

Published By Martha Garcia
Portfolio Management Reporting Doesn’t Have to be Painful

The PMO’s job driving project selection and making smart resource allocations just got a little easier. We recently updated the eBook, The Top 7 Reports for IT PMOs, that provides a look at key reports you need to inform stakeholders consistently, confidently, and often.

We’re excited about the new, interactive Gated Project Dashboard in Planview Enterprise. It can show you gated-project progress and performance through your organization’s phase-gate process. This makes it easier to align project efforts with strategic goals, define which areas to focus on, and drive project selection and resource allocation. The PMO can more easily keep cost in line with forecast, identify bottlenecks, and track how changes impact project by gate.Gated Project DashBoard

Whether your PMO is struggling to actively engage with sponsors or frustrated with their project success rate, chances are they need to build better relationships with executive management and become more adept at strategic planning. By downloading the Top 7 Reports, you’ll get a playbook on driving actionable decisions and improving your value to the CIO. Our reports cover:

  • Investment and Capacity Planning
  • Financial Planning
  • Resource Capacity and Demand
  • Process Analysis
  • Monitoring Project Health
  • Plan vs. Actuals
  • Gated Project Dashboard

If you’re interested in trimming cost and improving accuracy, I urge you to download this eBook, The Top 7 Reports for IT PMOs. It’s a great representation of what reports you need to consider when reporting to stakeholders and drive business decision.

What do you think of reports? Do you currently have access to this kind of information? Share by leaving a comment below.

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Written by Martha Garcia

Martha Garcia graduated from The University of Texas at Austin with a BS in Communication Studies. It was here that she developed an interest in corporate communication, specifically in the areas of change management within complex organizations as well as leadership and organizational behavior. Martha is responsible for working closely with thought leaders in the areas of IT and the PMO to develop compelling programs and content including informative webcasts and white papers for the IT PMO community.