An organization has a capacity to execute projects, much like it has a capacity to make product.  Layering on more and more projects, especially “priority one” projects, creates “bad multitasking” that hinders performance instead of helping.


A good Project Portfolio helps you run the optimum number of current projects while preparing you for the next one.  By running fewer projects simultaneously, you can actually improve your overall capacity.


Testimonials

Thanks to the pilot project in 2011, we at (USDA) Post think the concept of food defense is gaining ground in the Philippines, with both public and private sector awareness picking up speed.

-Perfecto

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