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Project Portfolio Management

Project portfolio management has been a much neglected element within many organizations' approaches to project management which is counter-intuitive when you consider the potential it offers. Alfonso Bucero's Project Portfolio Management recognizes the value of this technique as a means of enabling decisions on which projects to approve, which to reject and which to fast-track. Les mer
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Project portfolio management has been a much neglected element within many organizations' approaches to project management which is counter-intuitive when you consider the potential it offers. Alfonso Bucero's Project Portfolio Management recognizes the value of this technique as a means of enabling decisions on which projects to approve, which to reject and which to fast-track. The author explains the relationship of portfolio management to project and program management and places all three elements in the context of organizational success. The text then uses models, templates and examples to provide the reader with a battery of tools for making portfolio management decisions and realising the results of those decisions.

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Alfonso Bucero is the founder and managing partner of BUCERO PM Consulting. He managed IIL Spain for almost two years and was a senior project manager at Hewlett-Packard Spain (Madrid office) for thirteen years. Alfonso is the founder, sponsor and president of PMI Barcelona, Spain Chapter, former president of the Madrid chapter, component mentor for Region 8th Southand is an IPMA Assessor. He was a member of the Congress Project Action Team (CoPAT) of the PMI Global Congress 2005-EMEA in Edinburgh, the PMI Global Congress 2006-EMEA in Madrid, and the PMI Global Congress 2007-EMEA in Budapest. Alfonso is a member of the LIAG (Leadership Institute Advisory Group) of PMI and is a contributing editor to PM Network ("Crossing Borders"), published by PMI. He also authored the book Today is a Good Day-Attitudes for Achieving Project Success and coauthored the book Project Sponsorship with Randall L. Englund. PMI awarded Alfonso the Distinguished Contribution Award in 2010.