Project Management and Collaboration

Building a Business Case for Project Portfolio Management

Provided by Planview

Category Project Management and Collaboration

Type White Paper

Length 7

Publish Date February 01 2017

Date posted May 10 2017


Currently, most organizations only have minimal investments in project portfolio management (PPM) however, despite its ability to provide accurate planning and forecasting and improve decision making businesses often struggle to find the budget for further purchases. To procure the necessary funds from stakeholders, demonstrating the value PPM can have on every role in your organization is a vital first step to justifying this additional expenditure. This paper aims to uncover the value of PPM for each level of your organization and build a business case that demonstrates return on investment.

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