Portfolio Management

  • Shailendra Kadre


This chapter explains the concepts of project portfolio analysis. It ends with a real-time case from a Fortune 500 company. I have noted frequently in this book that big corporations may have hundreds of legacy applications. Many of these organizations are still using obsolete technologies and outdated business processes that don’t represent fast-changing business realities. Often, nobody in the IT department knows the exact inventory or functionalities of these applications.


Business Process Portfolio Management Enterprise Resource Planning Enterprise Resource Planning System Project Portfolio 
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