Why should organizations not solely rely on ROI for project selection? What would you suggest be considered for both a numeric and non-numeric model?
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We are starting Module 2 today and I want to say a big thank you for a solid week of interactions and participation in Module 1. You guys were great! Keep up the good work. When we actively interact, we share our unique experiences, thoughts and exchange ideas. Therefore, participating in the discussion forum is essential and I expect active participation in week two and all of our upcoming modules.
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Learning outcomes for Module 02
Learning outcomes for last weekâ€™s Module 01
In Module 2, we will examine project governance, selection criteria, project models, the portfolio project process, and program management. As described in Module 1, as organizations increase the use and number of projects, it is essential to align them with strategic objectives. As a result, Project Management Offices (PMOs) are formed to ensure organizations are undertaking the right project, validating organizational initiatives, and tracking resources for the benefit of the organization. Organizations must follow a systematic approach to selecting the right project. There are skills, tools, and techniques in the form of models that stand the test of time, and research, that result in the optimum selection of projects. In this module, we examine non-numeric and numeric selection models. Finally, we explore the Project Portfolio Process, undertaken at regular intervals with the participation of key stakeholders and project sponsors to ensure the resources of the entire organization are allocated to maximizing the attainment of strategic goals. We finish our interactive lecture with a discussion of the initiating process group.
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