Which metrics would you use in a Project Portfolio

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The outcome should increase clarity across the whole organization of which projects are strategic, priority, importance, impact... there could be an endless list of parameters, but I would like to know something that has worked for you.

It is a given that the projects must be embedded within the organization's mission/vision.

Aug 20, 2020 in PMP by Rajiv
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These are the very organization & governance committee/stakeholder specific. The metrics which are meaningful to a public sector organization may not be relevant in a for-profit company.

ROI, realized benefits, cash flow impact, degree of strategic alignment, portfolio classification, level of risk, complexity are all examples of useful information when reviewing portfolio content.
 

answered Aug 20, 2020 by Carlos

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