PPM: project and programme management
PPRM: project, programme and risk management
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7/8/2009 12:57 PM
Thanks Elizabeth for the post.
However, here is an article which gives you more insights into PPM (Project Portfolio Management). The article is on 6 Tips for Narrowing Your PPM Vendor Shortlist -
1. Consider Price
2. Plan for Implementation
3. Find Out Who Will Be Configuring Your Solution
4. Don't Be Fooled by Functionality
5. Gauge the Learning Curve
6. Choose a Hosted Solution
Here is the link for the complete article -
Do go through it.
7/8/2009 10:39 PM
Thanks for this. I'm not surprised at all at point 6, given that the article is written by the CEO of a hosted-solution company. The article itself is useful for people looking for ideas on how to narrow down a shortlist of vendors, but don't get confused between PPM and a piece of software. Having a software solution doesn't equal 'doing' PPM.
7/22/2009 2:43 PM
Point taken :)
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