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Marco GerussiMarco Gerussi PPM – Alibi Without Impact Analysis

11/16/2007 by Marco Gerussi

Project Portfolio and Project Portfolio Management (PPM) are well established terms used in many industries and heavily by software vendors. Accordingly, there are some standards and a number of software solutions that support the planning and controlling of ideas, initiatives and projects. But do these approaches and tools really meet the actual needs of organizations?

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Marco GerussiMarco Gerussi PPM – Gartner Causes Confusion

11/16/2007 by Marco Gerussi

Stimulated by HP’s limiting use of “Portfolio Management” in the new name of its powerful IT Governance solution HP PPM, we already covered the often misinterpreted and ambiguous use of the term “Project Portfolio” in earlier blogs.

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Marco GerussiMarco Gerussi Project Portfolio – Hype and More

11/15/2007 by Marco Gerussi

After the acquisition of Mercury HP has changed the product name of Mercury ITG to HP Project Portfolio Management Center, HP PPM. Dieter Steiger criticized this new naming already in his blog “Lifecycle Management – HP BTO makes it happen!”.

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Marco GerussiMarco Gerussi ERP4IT – the Vision Found its Way into Wikipedia

11/08/2007 by Marco Gerussi

Enterprise Resource Planning for Information Technology (ERP for IT, ERP4IT) describes the automation of information technology (IT). Therefore ERP4IT focuses on the automated IT itself and not on the automation of business processes by IT.

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