What kind of approach do you suggest to project interdependencies management in Project Management

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On the one hand, it is well known that a multi-business environment can be really challenging for effective project portfolio management. On the other hand, companies face the paradox that comes from conflicting business aims, such as accelerate to try to reach a benefit and centralize efforts to reduce waste. 

With that in mind, what could be a good suggestion to manage the natural interdependencies that may be at different levels between the project portfolio elements (e.g. technical, resources, goals, among others), and between them and other operational activities?

Sep 1, 2020 in PMP by Rajiv
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A so-called "Lean Portfolio Management" allows us to map out the various elements and establish dependencies amongst them, including the enablers. Value drives the priority of items, which should be frequently aligned with the organization's mission/vision and strategic goals. I believe that MSP provides tools to assist in implementing this approach.

answered Sep 1, 2020 by Edward Luis

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