Project Portfolio Management

Project Portfolio Management (PPM) helps businesses, governments, and organizations see all the “projects” in their pipeline. Projects are then aligned to strategies, assigned value, reconciled to resources—money, time, people, capacity—and balanced to address competing needs. The projects that emerge are prioritized and made visible to the organization. However, to fully realize the benefits of PPM, ProjectCorps™ takes you a step further.

The PPM Value Framework ™

A New Approach

The ProjectCorps PPM Value Framework™ is a comprehensive multidimensional approach to increasing the value of your project and portfolio management efforts.

Engaging all arenas of your organization, we identify gaps and opportunities, develop
solution alternatives, and multi–year development roadmaps.

We believe that to realize the full benefits of PPM, your project investments must be anchored to your business values and strategies, and be aligned with your capacity. Our consultants work with your executives and internal teams to focus, identify, course correct, and integrate solutions that best fit your culture and deliver optimum value.

Key Features

  • Maintains a 360-degree view of your project investments and new project ideas.
  • Assures that the right people are making the right project investment decisions and are monitoring execution.
  • Establishes the right priorities for your industry and business while focusing resources on the right work.
  • Identifies and closes systemic gaps with ProjectCorps’ PPM Value Framework.
  • Systemizes the integration of strategic efforts by eliminating redundancies, conflicts, and resource contention between departmental programs and projects.
  • Balances projects across competing drivers, such as operations and innovation— matching demand to capacity.

Key Benefits

  • Increased focus on and visibility into critical strategic work.
  • Project investments are aligned to strategy and prioritized based upon benefits.
  • Program and project priorities are understood, supporting efficient resource usage.
  • Demand is matched to capacity for maximum throughput.