Gartner Research

Peer Lessons Learned: Implementing Project Portfolio Management Tools

Published: 21 December 2018

ID: G00382788

Analyst(s): Peer Contributors

Summary

Project Portfolio Management leaders can implement a PPM tool in their organizations to track projects’ progress per organizational mission-statements, allocate necessary resources and manage the overall projects. Those PPM leaders can learn from the implementation experiences of their peers.

Table Of Contents

Overview

Peer Strategies

  • Lesson 1: Understand Your Requirements Before Comparing PPM Tools
  • Lesson 2: Deploy a Good Buying Strategy
  • Lesson 3: Define Your Implementation Strategy
  • Lesson 4: Evaluate the Tool’s Performance Post-implementation
  • Lesson 5: Create an Environment of Self-learning

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