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Portfolio Planning is a Process, Not a Task 1PMI PDU

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David Werner & David Ore, CA Technologies
A number of market forces are making the world a tougher place in which to be successful as a business. Globalization, consumerization of IT, competition from startups and the rise of new technologies are changing the rules. In order to remain competitive, you have to transform the way you craft your enterprise portfolio to meet the demands of the future, and make sure you don’t become a brand of the past. This webcast will focus on why it’s important to plan your portfolio constantly, making it a process that is constantly in motion rather than a once a year task. We will also review some of the foundational features of portfolios within the CA Clarity™ solution that most organizations can immediately utilize in their implementations including portfolio creation, portfolio evaluation, setting constraints, prioritization, waterlines, and load balancing as well as advanced features of portfolios that mature organizations can utilize in their implementations including advanced priorization rules that govern constraint-based planning, and generating and comparing scenarios. We will also review how these features can be used to manage non-project based investments like applications, assets, and services so you can better meet the demands of the changing marketplace.

*All attendees will be eligible for 1 PMI PDU
May 30 2013
59 mins
Portfolio Planning is a Process, Not a Task 1PMI PDU
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