How to decide whether we should go for a program or a project?

So now you have gone through the process of defining your business domain, the key drivers of your business, a list of viable ideas that line up with your strategy, selected and prioritized a bunch of them and wrote a business case for one major idea detailing why it would be beneficial to implement it. Now what? Continue reading

How to create a scoring model for your projects or ideas

You and your team may come up with many ideas for projects in your company. Obviously you cannot do them all. You won’t have the time, money or resources to do that. Here is a quick and effective way to create a scoring model for your ideas to help you select those that are most important. Continue reading

How to choose the best ideas

You have put together your strategic plan. You have many good ideas to help you achieve your goals. You made sure your goals are specific, measurable, achievable, relevant and time-bound. But the problem is that there is no way you can do them all. You just don’t have enough time, money or resources. So how do you choose which ones to do? Continue reading

How to tell a project from a program from a portfolio?

The whole sphere of project management has evolved and now includes terms like program management and portfolio management. Some people are confused and can’t tell where one form of management ends and the other begins. Let’s try to clear up that confusion here. Continue reading