Using the best practices in the seven habits of effective PPM implementations will help you navigate the maze of IT portfolio management pitfalls no matter which methodology or tool set you choose.
By using these, you will fundamentally increase your chance of success in rolling out IT portfolio management.
Gil Makleff is managing director of UMT's U.S. business and a co-founder of the company. He has been a pioneer in driving Fortune 1000 companies to invest in and achieve their strategic goals by using portfolio management software and processes to support the alignment of IT and business. His background in computer science and consulting experience has been a key source of developing new ideas for the UMT Portfolio Manager™ software suite. In addition, he has been a major contributor to the development of the UMT tool set by distilling the needs of UMT's customers and translating them to software components. He graduated from Columbia University with a degree in computer science and holds an M.B.A. from the Stern School of Management at New York University.*
'Contributing authors: Mike Gruia, Angelie Gudka, Yorai Linenberg, and Brian Scully.
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