Selecting Projects

Selecting projects for your portfolio is not necessarily complex. The goals are clear and simple. 

1) Maximizing the value of your portfolio 

2) Seeking the right balance of projects 

3) Creating a strong link to your strategy 

4) Doing the right number of projects 

Finding the right projects to achieve these goals, on the other hand, is not such an easy task.   

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The Art and Science of Technology Project Portfolio Management

Selecting the right projects is an important part of Project Portfolio Management. 

If you are responsible for managing portfolios of technology programs and projects, your success in maximizing business outcomes with finite resources is vital to your company’s future in a fast-changing and digital world.

These books will help you with doing this. 

You can buy my books The Art of Technology Project Portfolio Management and The Science of Technology Project Portfolio Management separate or as a bundle in my store. Just click here or on the image.

The Project Valuation Model™

Many have tried to translate project valuation in a “fits all” framework, methodology or process. After more than a decade of doing project valuations, I’m of the opinion that this is a futile exercise. The reality is just different.

What has really helped me over all these years is something a little different: a conceptual model of project valuation and the steps it typically goes through.

The Project Valuation Model ™ is such a conceptual model. Where a mental model captures ideas in a problem domain, a conceptual model represents “concepts” and relationships between them.

The Project Valuation Model ™ will help you determine the real dollar value of your project.

You can buy my eBook by clicking here or on the image.

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