APM Portfolio Management Specific Interest Group
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What is portfolio management? Well, the APM definition is,
“Portfolio management is the selection and management of all of an organisation’s projects, programmes and related business-as-usual activities taking into account resource constraints. A portfolio is a group of projects and programmes carried out under the sponsorship of an organisation.”
In summary, portfolio management seeks to ensure that organisations:
1. Invest in the ‘right’ projects and programmes in the context of their strategic objectives and subject to the constraints of risk and affordability.
2. Manage their project and programmes ‘right’ – at a collective level, by effective management of limited resources, dependencies and the organisation’s capacity to absorb change.
3. Realise the full benefits from their investment in projects and programmes
4. Capture lessons learned and use them to inform the development of more efficient and effective management of their portfolios.
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- Stephen Parrett: Chairman
- David Dunning: Committee member
- John_Laughlin: Committee member
- John T MacGregor: Committee member
- Langeswaran Supramaniam: Committee member
- Martin Samphire: Committee member
- Mike Florence: Committee member
- Ruth Moyes: Committee member
- Stephen Leary: Committee member
Adrian John Bailey