Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Number of pages: 241
Weight: 559 g
Dimensions: 235 x 155 x 20 mm
'The book tells the whole story from concept, justification and implementation, through to benefit realisation and on-going improvements. It is incisive in its delivery and it tells common truths and contains a wealth of experience' Steve Lewis, IT Planning, Friends Provident
'Whether you think you have a good project control process or no project control process, this book will open you eyes. It tells you everything you need to know about introducing 'Project Portfolio Management' in the business and how to go about it.' Paul Hillman, Head of Programme Office, Virgin Mobile.
'The authors of this book - all seasoned PPM executives who can draw on the lessons from implementations at scores of major organisations - provide an illuminating and comprehensive account of why PPM should be a critical part of every modern business.' Kenny MacIver, Editor, Information Age
'The book gives companies a real-world blueprint for the approach, the implications and the rewards to be gained from embracing Project Portfolio Management' Jason Hookey, Strategic Solutions Manager - Group IT, Kingston Communications.
'This book comprehensively covers not only why portfolio management is so important, but the theory, the structure and the practicalities of employing it. A very readable manual for the portfolio management practitioner.' John Dyson, Project Director (Resource & Capital Management), - GlaxoSmithKline
'This book provides a comprehensive account of all aspects of PPM from inception of projects, funding and resource allocation, risk assessment through to their review and lessons learned. Readers will benefit greatly from many of the illustrative examples included and the way the various tools and concepts have been articulated and presented' Dr Chakib Kara-Zaitri, Senior Lecturer in Risk and Reliability, University of Bradford
'This book provides clear advice to how to build agile PPM within the organisation. It is an excellent guide through the minefield of successful project delivery. Clearly written with a strong evidential base and emphasis on the practical application of the concepts, the authors experience and expertise shines through.' Tim Banfield, Director of NAO (VFM Defence), UK National Audit Office (NAO)
'The authors of this book - all seasoned PPM executives who can draw on lessons from implementations at scores of major organisations - provide an illuminating and comprehensive account of why PPM should be a critical part of every modern business.' - Andrew Lawrence, Information Age
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