PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT - Table of Contents Introduction.4 Success of the Agency for Adopting Portfolio Management.4 Agency Strategies.6 Interviewing

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Table of Contents Introduction ................................................................................................................................................ 4 Success of the Agency for Adopting Portfolio Management .................................................................... 4 Agency Strategies ....................................................................................................................................... 6 Interviewing process, Positive Elements and the Value of the Projects ................................................... 7 Conclusion .................................................................................................................................................. 7 Reference .................................................................................................................................................... 9
Introduction In today's competitive business world, success often comes down to that subtle balance between opportunity and risk which turn out to be more complex as the numbers, budget of projects, scopes and programs. Nowadays, it is dawning on organisations that one of the most effective ways of managing the company is through portfolio management (Rodgers, 2002). In 2012, a number of respondents who participated in research by Forbes showed that use of portfolio management in the organisations leads to increased output (Jardine, 2013). Similarly, PWC survey revealed that portfolio management has the highest number of adoption among the international organisations (Jardine, 2013). Portfolio management is about structuring of the company's projects over time in order for the company to anticipate the changes ahead of her. It is entirely not about running the business, but it is about changing the business (Fernsten & Fernsten, 2005). Success of the Agency for Adopting Portfolio Management
In adopting the portfolio management, the Agency has been able to foster various developments in the Agency. First of all, better decisions have been made. Most importantly to make good decisions valid information or good data source must be available. For this reason, visibility is imperative both from the top-down perspective and from bottoms-up perspective but tactically (Jardine, 2013). The agency has been able to handle the metrics of past projects and used it to predict future utilization of resources. Therefore, the analysis using the data provided and the metrics helped us to find the viable projects which were contributing to the success of the agency. As a portfolio manager, it is important to find the input rather than hearing it from the line of managers. In the utilization of the resource, we have been able to prioritise as well as relocating projects depending on their impacts not only top the company but also to the people of United States. Our portfolio management is backed up by technology therefore we have been able to model a multiple of scenarios that ensure projects contribute to corporate objectives. In this regard, most IT providers have been hired to provide innovative technology.

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