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Project Portfolio Management: A Practical Guide to Selecting Projects, Managing Portfolios, and Maximizing Benefits by Max Wideman, Harvey A. Levine

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SECTION THREE
The Finer Points of Project Portfolio Management
Integrating operations and projects, fostering better proposals, dealing with risk and uncertainty, applying work breakdown structures to risks and strategies, and understanding earned value analysis: these are topics that will aid in the effective implementation of PPM.
Section Two presented the essentials of PPM without dwelling too long on any particular element. In the sections that follow, we delve into some of the finer points of PPM. Specifically, the six chapters in Section Three contain practical advice for optimizing the benefits that you are certain to gain from implementing a PPM methodology.
Earlier, we suggested that PPM is a way of bridging the gap between the projects ...

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