The Challenges of Multiple Project Management


Learning Objectives

By the end of this chapter, you will be able to:

•  Explain why individual multiple project management situations differ so greatly.

•  Define key terms of multiple project management, including project, operations, work, program, and portfolio, and use each in appropriate business settings.

•  Perform a self-assessment of your multiple project management environment.

•  Describe your organizational environment from both a portfolio and a program management perspective and explain the differences.

•  Identify key risks and issues that provide challenges to managers of ...

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