Five Steps to Make Your Project Portfolio Flow

Posted August 28, 2008 | Leadership |

In most organizations adopting agile methods, the techniques used for program and portfolio management are still predictive and "waterfall": yearly budgeting cycles and capacity planning, and heavily matrixed resource management. It's no surprise then that despite adopting agile methods for their projects, many organizations have yet to exploit their full benefits at the portfolio level.

About The Author
Sanjiv Augustine
Sanjiv Augustine is the President of LitheSpeed, an innovative Agile and Lean training and consulting company, and an industry-leading agile and lean expert. He is a co-founder and board member of the Agile Project Leadership Network (APLN). He is also the author of several publications and the book Managing Agile Projects (Prentice Hall 2005); and the founder and moderator of the Yahoo! Agile Project Management discussion group. He presents… Read More
Roland Cuellar
Roland Cuellar, Director for the Lean-Agile Consulting Practice at CC Pace, is a leader in helping enterprise-level clients adopt the use of both Agile and Lean in their organizations. He has helped executives prepare their organizations for Agile transformation by identifying challenges and opportunities related to Agile and Lean implementation and developing action plans and risk mitigation strategies to insure that Agile and Lean initiatives… Read More
Arlen Bankston
Arlen Bankston is an established leader in the application and evolution of Agile software development processes such as Scrum, Kanban, and Extreme Programming, as well as process management methodologies such as Lean and Six Sigma. He is a Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt, Certified ScrumMaster Trainer, and Certified Scrum Product Owner. Mr. Bankston has 16 years of experience, beginning in product design, where he leveraged principles of… Read More
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