Session ID: 
WS2

Project Management: How to Prioritize, Manage and Control Your IT Investments Using Application and Project Portfolios

9:00am - 5:00pm Monday, February 11
Orlando - Orange County Convention Center
W315B

Description

Do you have a large volume of IT investments such as applications, projects and a never-ending stream of requests for more? How do you manage them all? Seasoned portfolio managers will share their experiences, along with best practices, on how to successfully manage and control your IT investments. Discover a standardized, repeatable approach for managing your portfolio of applications, controlling the intake of new requests and evaluating the quality of projects. This process helps to ensure the right information is available to compare each against organizational standards and strategic objectives.

Learning Objectives: 

  • Review the processes for ongoing application reviews and asset management to help define the right time for disposition
  • Identify the steps to gather, categorize and manage new IT requests
  • Develop a governance process for the evaluation of new IT requests and the review of the performance of the portfolio of current projects
  • Create a project and program portfolio strategy to assess the quality of processes and deliverables while managing project performance

Speaker(s): 

Chief, Project & Portfolio Office,
National Institutes of Health, Clinical Center
Owner, Principle Consultant,
Houston Solutions, LLC

Audience: 

Project Manager

Level: 

Intermediate