Project Performance Management Bootcamp 2

In last week’s Project Performance Management Bootcamp 1 a selection of  short video tutorials provided guidance on single project management, project demand planning & balancing, project standards, project reporting and how to avoid common mistakes.


Now in BOOTCAMP 2 we have 3 Video Tutorials for you – all around the topics multi-project management, best practice approaches for project prioritization, portfolio/program balancing and the connection of projects’ cost (and contribution margin if applicable) to Integrated Business Planning.

The following image section show the topics covered by Bootcamp 2. Click here to start immediately with Bootcamp 2.

Watch all short videos in one go.


These topics are covered in BOOTCAMP 2:

  • Learn how to balance your project program/portfolio and align projects with the strategic goals of your company. Prioritize or re-prioritize projects efficiently.
  • Evaluate the effect of projects on the the company’s liquidity (P/L, Balance Sheet, etc.)
  • Get insights why and how to benefit from a linkage between Project Performance Management and Integrated Financial Planning.

  • Plan your project related Resources, Capacity and HR with maximum efficiency.
  • Plan your project pipeline from start to finish, identify Top- and Flop-Projects and profit from Project Heatmaps showing you the big picture.

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