The arrival of game-changing technologies like mobile apps, social media, cloud computing has brought forth a new standard in the operational & decision-making process for many businesses. The CIO’s and IT Leaders role continues to undergo a transformation that is driving business leaders closer to customer demands and
Portfolio management is about maximizing organizational value delivery through programs and projects. In order to maximize value delivery, the governance teams that approve work and prioritize projects need to share a common view of “value” in order to use a scoring model to select the most valuable work and assign the right resources to that…
Cloudbyz and BMC hosted a webinar on “Achieve real-time visibility on Enterprise IT with Cloudbyz ITPM and BMC Remedyforce” on 18th Jan 2018. Cloudbyz ITPM solution helps organizations gain visibility, insight, and control across all work.
Cloudbyz ITPM solution helps organizations gain visibility, insight, and control across all work. The solution provide the tools to properly align resources, projects, and goals, optimizing business strategy and performance. Cloudbyz…
A picture’s worth a thousand words, at least that’s how the saying goes. We at BMC Remedyforce are excited to share a fantastic picture showing the ever evolving Remedyforce Ecosystem ! The picture above shows all the great integrations that Remedyforce has with other complimentary products. We continue to add partners
In a recent LinkedIn discussion, questions were asked about the short-comings of prioritization matrices. I would like to highlight the strengths and weaknesses of using such a tool for portfolio management. Firstly, a prioritization matrix differs from a more traditional scoring approach in that it offers a limited number of priority selections. The most simplistic…
The purpose of validating benefits is to ensure that real value has been delivered from projects post-implementation as well as increase value from future projects when shortfalls have been identified in present projects. Although the business case promises to deliver a certain amount of value (in most cases), few companies
Stage gates are a governance structure to evaluate, authorize, and monitor projects as they pass through the project lifecycle. In the last post, we looked at the first four reasons for establishing a stage gate process in the organization. In this post, we conclude with the last four reasons for establishing a decision gate process.
Enterprise repository (“single source of truth”)—having a single system that contains up-to-date and accurate project and portfolio data is valuable. Gone are the days of maintaining multiple versions of static Excel files that contain the current “authorized” list of projects. This value is magnified easier to access the system and the greater
Stage-Gates™ are a critical component of project selection. A winning portfolio must contain winning projects, therefore the project governance board must be able to discriminate between good projects and great projects.The decision gate process enables the project governance board to review these projects based on