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To do planning right, it needs to be both continuous and adaptive.

Written by Ben Chamberlain on March 3rd, 2021 at 2:01 pm

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A series of blogs about Strategic Portfolio Management (SPM) wouldn’t be complete without a post stressing the importance of continuous or adaptive planning.  You may think you’ve heard it all before, but you really haven’t.  Because what is being promoted as the concept of continuous planning, and what many organizations have tried to embrace, isn’t continuous planning at all.  And it certainly isn’t adaptive.

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Creating A Dynamic Planning Framework & Taking Corrective Action

Written by Ben Chamberlain on July 10th, 2015 at 12:54 pm

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Part 4 in a series on how to extend the value of Microsoft Project Online & Project Server…
OK, so we’ve seen how to easy it is to integrate financials into our PPM process. We’ve recognized the importance of building robust business cases. We’ve realized that time wasted on manual reporting can be spent on more strategic activities. We should be feeling pretty good about ourselves now.

In fact, with all this newfound visibility and insight, we could do a much better job with our traditional “set-it-and-forget-it” approach to annual planning. Read the rest of this entry »