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Gartner Market Guide Confirms Strategy Execution Requires The Right Tools.

Written by Hubie Sturtevant on December 17th, 2019 at 10:28 am

The most recent Gartner Market Guide for Strategy Execution Management features a simple but profound statement: “Strategy should always drive what we decide to do and how we decide to do it.” Take it from a company who has been saying essentially the same thing for years, that quote really nails it.

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What Are The Keys To Mastering Portfolio Management?

Written by Ben Chamberlain on December 9th, 2019 at 3:41 pm

Chances are good that if you’re not already acting on a mandate from your executives to drive business transformation, you’re looking for a way to do just that. But if you approach this challenge focused only on project execution, you’ll soon discover that driving transformation without first connecting execution to strategy is next to impossible.

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The View From The Gartner PPM Summit

Written by Hubie Sturtevant on July 17th, 2019 at 10:45 am

Last month in Washington DC, PPM leaders from all over the world gathered for Gartner’s Program & Portfolio Management Summit. We thought we’d share a few observations from the event.

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Responding To A Mandate For Business Transformation

Written by Ben Chamberlain on June 20th, 2018 at 2:55 pm

Every year, UMT360 participates in the Gartner PPM Summit. This year’s event was held June 12-14 in National Harbor, MD. As they have in previous years, the folks at ProjectManagement.com asked me to provide some observations on this year’s Summit. You can find the whole article here, but if you don’t have an account (register for free here) here’s a brief overview.

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Managing Investments – That’s Your Real Project!

Written by Mike Gruia on May 15th, 2015 at 8:14 am

We met a lot of folks at the Microsoft Ignite Conference in Chicago last week. And while everyone we spoke with had unique and specific challenges, one common thread ran through our conversations. Most organizations we spoke with used Microsoft Project Online or Project Server as their PPM tool, yet still wanted a more efficient and effective way to manage their projects.
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