Bring Project Portfolio Management to your PMO using Project Server 2010
Project Portfolio Management (PPM) has caught steam over the last few years. It is now not enough to just “do the project right”, but also important to “do the right projects”. Many organizations are looking for an easy way to integrate PPM into their regular Project Management processes.
Microsoft Project Server 2010 has brought integrated Portfolio Management capabilities which makes achieving the intersection of PPM with portfolio Management possible. Now using Project Server 200, Organizations can methodically select projects that will yield the most value for their dollar, and also carry them through the execution using the same tool.
This session will cover the specifics of how you can use Project Server 2010 for Portfolio management across your organization while still making sure your projects are being done right. In addition, we will also look into how you can integrated PPM into a sample Stage Gate Process, generally followed by organizations.
Prasanna Adavi PMP, MCTS/MCITP is a Senior EPM Consultant with EPMA Inc. He is also a subject matter expert in implementing Project Management and Portfolio Management processes for organizations using MS Project and MS Project Server platforms. He has extensive background in IT Project management across multiple domains like ERP Implementations (SAP), Application Development, Creative Services and Automotive.
Company Website: http://www.epmainc.com
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