The Agile Project Portfolio Management Framework Guide

Agile Project Portfolio Management Framework Guide
Agile Project Portfolio Management (APPM) is a combined system of tools, methodologies, and processes to support your organization in reacting to change with the speed that is necessary for your organization to thrive. It helps you to do the right projects and to do projects right.

APPM does not involve making project-by-project choices based on fixed acceptance criteria. Instead, decisions to add or subtract projects from the portfolio are based on the four goals of APPM:

1) Maximize the value of the portfolio;
2) Seek the right balance of projects, thus achieving a balanced portfolio;
3) Create a strong link to strategy, thus: the need to build strategy into the portfolio;
4) Doing the right number of projects

The Agile Project Portfolio Management Framework is a framework for managing large and complex project portfolios. This guide contains the definition of the framework. This definition consists of the framework’s roles, events, artifacts, and the rules that bind them together.

You can download a PDF version of The Agile Project Portfolio Management Framework Guide for free by clicking the red button below. Note that this is just the guide. Specific tactics for using the framework vary. You will find many articles, examples, tips and tricks on my blog under the label Agile Project Portfolio Management.

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