Program & Portfolio Management, A Series for PMO Leaders – Chapter 2: Project Tracking2018-05-24T22:27:34+00:00

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Program & Portfolio Management – A Series for PMO Leaders

Chapter 2: Project Tracking

How do you, today’s PMO leader, govern your world, when you do not possess full sovereignty within the company? You take a three-pronged approach to program and portfolio management: portfolio planning, project tracking, and portfolio monitoring. These three ‘jewels’ in the PMO leader crown can elevate you and your PMO to greatness–instead of obsolescence–within your business.

Project Tracking, from Program & Portfolio Management, A Series for PMO Leaders – Chapter 2 uncovers the most common project tracking challenges for today’s PMO leaders, plus provides practical-application, real-world solutions for those issues. Chapter 2: Project Tracking, tells you how to:

  • Keep project teams, stakeholders, and your PMO on the same page with unified project workspaces
  • Avoid time-consuming and often inaccurate manual data reporting with flexible workspaces
  • Develop an end-to-end process for reporting on the project lifecycle
  • Track time and costs for multiple projects, keeping OpEx and CapEx on budget

Knowing how to overcome these challenges is what elevates the true, ‘crown-worthy’ PMO leaders and their PMO within the organization.

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