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PPM Leaders Should Adapt Key Portfolio Processes to Assist Project-to-Product Transition

Published: 20 May 2019

ID: G00387816

Analyst(s): Sarah Davies


Organizations moving from projects to products often struggle to shift the processes, responsibilities and metrics involved in product, rather than project, management. By adapting three key portfolio processes, program and portfolio management leaders can help transition from projects to products.

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  • Key Challenges



  • Incorporate Customer Feedback Into the Demand Management Intake Process
  • Adapt the Prioritization Process to Incorporate the Lean Matrix
  • Create a Centralized Data Hub of Product Data for Performance

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