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Survey Analysis: PPM Leaders Must Embrace Bimodal and Not Simply Pay Lip Service

Published: 21 November 2017

ID: G00344028

Analyst(s): Lars Mieritz


Survey results show only 18% of respondent companies operate bimodal project management. As demand for projects and work increases apace, program and portfolio management leaders must embrace bimodal, or risk becoming redundant as they cannot support the needs of the organization.

Table Of Contents

Survey Objective

Data Insights

  • Art Imitating Life — or Rather, PMO Imitating Life — Is Echoed in Survey Results
  • Create an Overview and Understanding of the Present Bimodal Situation by Analyzing Current Practices Across the Organization
  • Capture Enterprise Appetite and Readiness for Bimodal Through Holding Stakeholder and Executive Conversations and Identifying Advocates and Sponsors
  • Force a Management Conversation and Decision by Providing a Roadmap for Adopting a Bimodal Approach
  • Methodology

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