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Project Portfolio Management

A practical guide to selecting projects, managing portfolios and maximizing benefits

Gebonden Engels 2005 9780787977542
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Samenvatting

Project Portfolio Management (PPM) gaat verder dan de gangbare project management benadering. Het boek biedt een reeks bedrijfspraktijken die zich in de praktijk hebben bewezen.

Stap voor stap toont dit boek hoe een project van de aanvang van een visie tot de realisatie van voordelen voor de organisatie kan brengen. Project Portfolio Management maakt gebruik van de jaren van onderzoek van project management expert Harvey A. Levine en onderscheidt de kennis en de beste cases van tientallen leiders in dit vakgebied om te laten zien hoe projecten te selecteren die de beste resultaten zullen binnenhalen.

Specificaties

ISBN13:9780787977542
Trefwoorden:projectmanagement
Taal:Engels
Bindwijze:gebonden
Aantal pagina's:538
Uitgever:Jossey Bass
Druk:1
Hoofdrubriek:Projectmanagement

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Over Harvey Levine

Harvey A. Levine is project management specialist en consultant sinds 1962. Naast het bijdragen tot PM journals en websites, verleent Levine toepassingen, systeemontwerp en consulting diensten in project planning en controle. Hij diende als president en voorzitter van de raad van beheer van Project Management Institute en is een 'PMI-fellow'. Hij is de auteur van Practical project management van John Wiley & Sons.

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Inhoudsopgave

Foreword
Acknowledgments
The Author
Introduction

Part One: A Practical Guide to Project Portfolio Management

Section One: What Is Project Portfolio Management, and Why Do We Need It?
1.1 Why Do We Need Project Portfolio Management?
1.2 What Is Project Portfolio Management?

Section Two: The Fundamentals of a Project Portfolio Management Process
2.1 Selecting Projects for the Pipeline
2.2 Maintaining the Pipeline
2.3 Executing Project Portfolio Management
2.4 Tools for Project Portfolio Management
2.5 Implementing Project Portfolio Management

Section Three: The Finer Points of Project Portfolio Management
3.1 Defining PPM: A Bridge or a Hub?
3.2 A Prequalification Process for Selecting Projects for the Portfolio
3.3 The Impact of Uncertainty on Projects and the Portfolios
3.4 Is There a Gorilla in Your Portfolio? Turning Opportunity into Value
3.5 Work Breakdown Structures for Risk and Strategies
3.6 An Introduction to Earned Value Analysis

Part Two: Contributed Chapters and Case Studies

Section Four: PPM Techniques and Issues: Portfolio Planning
4.1 Linking Strategy and Project Portfolio Management
4.2 How to Determine the Value of a Project
4.3 Using the Analytic Hierarchy Process to Improve Enterprise Project Portfolio Management
4.4 The Efficient Frontier Technique for Analyzing Project Portfolio Management

Section Five: PPM Techniques and Issues: Organizing and Implementing
5.1 Making the Case for Project Portfolio Management
5.2 The Role of Executives in Effective Project Portfolio Management
5.3 Project Offices Are Key Components of IT Governance

Section Six: PPM Applications: Information Technology
6.1 A Summary of First Practices and Lessons Learned in Information Technology Portfolio Management
6.2 The Backbone System of IT Management and Governance: IT Management and Governance 101

Section Seven: PPM Applications: New Product Development
7.1 A Stage-Gate® Idea-to-Launch Framework for Driving New Products to Market
7.2 Portfolio Management for Product Innovation

Section Eight: Applications: PPM for Theory of Constraint Advocates
8.1 Applying the Theory of Constraints to Project Portfolio Management

Section Nine: Case Studies
9.1 Managing Your Technology Pipeline Portfolio Management Process and Its Evolution over Time
9.2 Using PPM to Ease the Hewlett-Packard - Compaq Merger
9.3 Developing a PPM Capability at America Online
9.4 EW Scripps: A Media Giant's Portfolio Management Solution

Section Ten: What Others Are Saying About PPM
10.1 Beyond the Triple Constraints: Developing a Business Venture Approach to Project Management.
10.2 From Overload to Productivity via Systematic Decision Making
10.3 The Seven Habits of Highly Effective IT Portfolio Management Implementations
10.4 Project Portfolio Management Basics
10.5 Integrating Project Portfolio Management with Project Management Practices to Deliver Competitive Advantage

Notes
Index

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