What happens when you don’t implement PPM?

Author: Ian Needs

Project portfolio management, or PPM, is an integral aspect to delivering projects effectively. Unfortunately, counter-productive tools are sometimes put in place, or PPM is completely overlooked, as implementing it can often lead to difficulty in showing tangible returns.

A project can succeed without PPM, however, multiple projects could often be completed more quickly and to a higher standard if PPM is implemented, thus making the business as a whole more productive and efficient. It also has the ability to drive better decisions as it allows improved visibility and control over your projects, which is particularly useful as your business grows.

We have created an infographic displaying what the potential consequences are if PPM is not implemented and the impact it can have on your organisation.

The full eBook on why PPM and PMOs fail can be downloaded here .