Apply Agile Principles to Your Portfolio
Whereas traditional portfolio management – the process of choosing which projects and programs to invest in amid limited resources – is typically associated with an annual budgeting process and is not very adaptable to changing business priorities, Agile Portfolio Management takes the Agile principles that have improved project execution and applies them to the top-down assessment of portfolio investments. Concepts like iterative development, continuous improvement, prioritizing a dynamic backlog, etc., when applied to portfolio management can deliver a host of compelling benefits.Watch Video
AN INNOVATIVE APPROACH TO PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT
Manage Products Instead of Projects
In simplest terms, a project is accomplished by completing a set of tasks within a specified period of time. A product, on the other hand, is delivered as customers receive specific, quantifiable and ongoing business value from the initiative.
Agile and Waterfall Can Live in Harmony
Most organizations feature pockets of project activity with no standard work methodology. KeyedIn closes that visibility gap by allowing customers to bring all projects, regardless of methodology, into a single portfolio, allowing timely and effective decision-making.
Empowered for Continuous Improvement
The faster, iterative planning cycles of Agile Portfolio Management allow you to identify process inefficiencies more quickly to remove bottlenecks and become more responsive to stakeholder feedback.
In the past, delivering a project on time was a measure of success unto itself. Today, strategic projects/products must be couched in the value they deliver to the business. KeyedIn goes beyond tracking end dates to measure value realization.