Predicts 2011: PPM Goes From Managing Projects to Managing Value and Change

Archived Published: 15 November 2010 ID: G00208607

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Organizations have invested heavily in PPM, but for some, the pain has not translated into sufficient gain. We see a growing backlash against PPM process-heavy approaches, the tools used to automate these assumptions and the PMOs charged with making it all work.

Table of Contents

  • What You Need to Know
    • Strategic Planning Assumptions
    • A Look Back
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