Project Portfolio Management for the Skeptical IT Organization

Project Portfolio Management for the Skeptical IT Organization

This Webcast discusses how PPM can increase efficiency in IT organizations, better align IT with business goals and improve project execution. Learn how web-based solutions have made PPM easy to implement and use, and affordable.

Attend this Webcast to learn:

  • The business value of PPM
  • Reasons why traditional PPM has struggled
  • The benefits of web-based PPM
  • Best practices for PPM implementations for midsized organizations
  • Keys to user adoption and increased success of PPM implementations


    Matt Light Featured Research Director, Gartner Prior to joining Gartner, Mr. Light managed economic research publication at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. He also worked as a project manager and in other development and research roles for Select Information and American Videotex Systems, providers of desktop productivity tools in the first wave of PC software, and of a pre-Web consumer information dial-up service. He also managed Auerbach Publishers' Product/Process Innovation and Computer-Integrated Manufacturing publications.

    Jeffrey Falk Director of Product Development, The Members Group Jeffrey Falk is Director of Product Development at The Members Group (TMG). Mr. Falk is responsible for the development of new product strategies, sponsorship of concept products, incubational product ownership, and stewardship of TMG's product development process and Project Portfolio Management process. Prior to joining TMG in 2002, Mr. Falk held leadership positions with the Principal Financial Group, Well Fargo, and Broadlawns Medical Center. Keith Carslon President and CEO, Innotas Keith Carlson joined Innotas as CEO with a strong track record for building high-growth, high-value businesses in the technology and consulting sectors. He has held executive positions at Traiana, a software company focused on automating the buy and sell side of complex trading relationships; Mercury, the leader in business technology optimization; Kintana, an IT governance software company; DigitalThink, an e-learning solutions provider; and Accenture, a global management consulting firm.

    Nov 16, 2006, 14:00 EST (19:00 GMT)
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