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Impacts of traditional project funding models on agile delivery

In one of my previous articles I’d written about the need for change across multiple areas of an organization when undertaking an agile transformation. A key enterprise partner is the Finance department and the organization’s model for project funding will have significant influence over successful agile delivery. 408 more words

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Invoking Oracle Fusion Cloud REST services from SOA-CS

In this post I’ll brief about how we can trigger Oracle Fusion ERP Cloud REST services from Oracle SOA-CS.

Let’s take a requirement that to update a fusion cloud database table record. 469 more words


Does your PMO hinder or help your agile transformation?

An agile project management office might sound to some like an oxymoron, right?

This might be a reasonable assertion as many PMOs were first formed to provide oversight over a portfolio of projects and enforcing standards sounds like the antithesis to agility. 327 more words

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Project Portfolio Management Market Size & Share - Industry Trends and Forecast 2017 - 2025

MarketResearchReports.Biz announces addition of new report “Project Portfolio Management Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2017 – 2025” to its database. 1,128 more words

Why setup virtual PMOs and when should PM templates be standardized?

Dear reader, don’t be alarmed – this IS your regularly scheduled article!

I’d like to thank Sante Vergini for providing the inspiration for the first topic and the second one had been a splinter in my mind so I couldn’t wait till next week to write about it. 488 more words

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Project Portfolio Management in Small Medium Enterprises - A Brief Study

One of the interesting approaches that I never thought of before joining my masters is the way academia wants to integrate with practice. I cannot tell whether it is just my perception or plenty others that there is a sense of disconnect between the academics and the real world. 319 more words


If I would believe every business case I would have no people left

That is what an SVP leading a 2,000-person field service organization told me. Yet he would still approve these projects to move forward. The main problem is not that the business case is flawed, but that the leader has already made up his mind whether or not to support an initiative regardless of what the numbers say. 558 more words