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Balancing Multiple Projects with Limited Resources

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Too often the expectation is that you’ll do more projects with less staff, less budget – in the same or shorter time frame. Meanwhile, the pipeline is clogged, people are burnt out, and nobody knows where to begin. Given the current economy (and cutbacks), this situation could get even worse.

But what if this phrase meant more throughput with less in the pipeline? Or more results with less rigidity? Organizations that have re-thought their pipeline, portfolio and project management systems are, in fact, seeing dramatic improvements in the bottom line. By reducing the number of projects, using agile approaches, and effectively sharing resources across teams, they are able to achieve remarkable growth without increasing costs. Morale is high.

How did they do it? How can you?

To give you answers and implementation details, Management Roundtable is bringing together leading product development experts and practitioners at Pipeline & Portfolio Management: Balancing Multiple Projects with Limited Resources on September 24-26, 2001 in Chicago.

Sessions will cover strategic alignment, overcoming organizational and political obstacles, decision-making methods, resource management alternatives, IT systems, communication, and more. Best practices will be shared – as will mistakes to avoid and the challenges ahead. Informal discussion breakouts, networking opportunities, and a choice of optional pre- and post-conference workshops are also offered to give you specific, one-on-one recommendations for your unique requirements. Review the agenda for a quick overview.

Take control. By participating in this highly practical program, you will come away with immediate action steps and tools to truly achieve more with less.

Supporting Organizations:
Speed to Market Sopheon Project Management Institute - New Product Development Special Interest Group
Sloan Management Review    IPS

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