Planview-hosted webcast to address how ASU improved the prioritization of projects and visibility into campus-wide IT costs and initiatives
During the Streamlining Planning and Programs Webcast on May 14 hosted by Planview®, Patricia Schneider, program director at ASU will discuss how the University Technology Office (UTO) adopted project portfolio management (PPM) software and implemented best practices to ensure resources are working on the right projects.
- Patricia Schneider, program director, ASU
- Jerry Manas, senior editor, Planview, and best-selling business author
When organizations lack a central process to capture work and do not have prioritization and planning methods in place, projects often get clogged in the pipeline, slow output, and drain resources. ASU needed to address and resolve such challenges to better understand demand and IT spend. During this webcast, Patricia will share their approach to resolving these issues including:
- Implementing leading portfolio and resource management software, best practices, and processes to prioritize incoming work
- Providing metrics, reporting, and analytics for visibility and transparency to its user community and executives to better understand how and where IT investment are used across campus
- Ongoing techniques to continue to mature portfolio management practices
Date and Time
Wednesday, May 14th, 2:00 p.m. EDT
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