2013 Merger & Acquisition Survey of Architecture, Engineering, Planning & Environmental Consulting Firms
- Language: English
- 250 Pages
- Published: February 2013
- Region: Global
The processes for developing strategic plans are well known, and entire books have been written on the topic. But once the strategic plan is in place, the process of maintaining alignment of the project portfolio to the strategic plan remains a challenge for most organizations.
The report How to Align the Project Portfolio to the Strategic Plan defines a simple, integrated process for selecting the initial portfolio and maintaining its alignment to the strategic plan using an agile approach.
In this report, you'll discuss the barriers to maintaining portfolio alignment to the strategic plan, you'll gain a four-level architecture for a strategic plan, and you'll discover how to adjust your project management lifecycle (PMLC) models so that they align to a quarterly portfolio review cycle.
Build project portfolios that align with your organization's strategic plan and a process to maintain that alignment.
Barriers to Maintaining Portfolio Alignment to the Strategic Plan
A Robust Architecture for a Strategic Plan
Agile Project Portfolio Process
Selecting Projects for the APP
Performance Review Process
Putting It All Together