360.0 Portfolio Reporting & Review
Step 9 Report on Portfolio Status
Portfolio reporting and review deals largely with three main components:
Measure the results. Within a portfolio there are a larger number of stakeholders to deal with than when just managing a single project. The status of the work in a portfolio needs to be gathered (metrics) and distributed frequently amongst all interested parties.
Integrate changes. Managing a portfolio is a fluid process. Often work might not go as planned for one reason or another. The ability to “roll with the punches” is a must for a portfolio manager, and being able to integrate changes seamlessly is a large part of that.
Review and reforecast the work. As seen in the two previous components, a portfolio manager must be constantly reviewing and making the necessary changes to the portfolio work.
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360.1 Measure the Results of Portfolio Work
360.2 Integrate Changes to Authorized Work
360.3 Review and Reforecast the Portfolio Work (Internal Portfolio Managers)
360.9 Techniquesportfolio management, project management, project office, PMO, project portfolio, project lifecycle management, project consulting, methodology development, quality management, project management training, portfolio training