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Top Five Project Portfolio Management Trends for 2014

  • Top Five Project Portfolio Management Trends for 2014-

    Rolling-wave planning (agile).

    Rolling-wave planning is the process of planning a project in phases as it proceeds, rather than completing a detailed plan for the entire project before it begins. Planning is dependent on speculation and the further out the plan, the more quickly the strategy will become obsolete as conditions change. In rolling-wave planning, one will plan over time as the details in the project become clearer. While this methodology has become standard in software development, Daptiv forecasts rolling-wave planning will continue to garner even broader adoption in 2014.

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Top Five Project Portfolio Management Trends for 2014

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  • Top Five Project Portfolio Management Trends for 2014-6

    Rolling-wave planning (agile).

    Rolling-wave planning is the process of planning a project in phases as it proceeds, rather than completing a detailed plan for the entire project before it begins. Planning is dependent on speculation and the further out the plan, the more quickly the strategy will become obsolete as conditions change. In rolling-wave planning, one will plan over time as the details in the project become clearer. While this methodology has become standard in software development, Daptiv forecasts rolling-wave planning will continue to garner even broader adoption in 2014.

Daptiv, a leader in project portfolio management (PPM) software, recently announced its top predictions for project portfolio management (PPM) in 2014. Organizations that thrive in the current economic environment are those that are on top of the latest trends. Daptiv predictions focus on enterprises spearheading the creation of strategic PMOs, influenced by the reliability of benefits forecasting.