Program and portfolio management leaders looking to introduce a PPM tool often face resistance from those in charge of budgets, as well as those doing project work. Use these arguments to make a persuasive business case for a PPM tool.
- Stress That PPM Tools Reduce Costs
- Highlight the Efficiencies and Improvements PPM Tools Bring to Project Management and Decision Making
- Underline The Ways a PPM Tool Can Address Issues, Such as Schedule and Budget Risks
- Educate Business and PPM Staff as to How PPM Tools Increase Project Success
- Emphasize That Estimates and Forecasts Will Become More Reliable
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