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This book is for senior executives who are on a mission to jack up the performance of their information-technology (IT) project portfolios, and who are no longer satisfied that established "best practices" are sufficient to achieve their organizations' business and mission objectives. The authors cut through the confusion and zealotry of leading improvement approaches, and This book is for senior executives who are on a mission to jack up the performance of their information-technology (IT) project portfolios, and who are no longer satisfied that established "best practices" are sufficient to achieve their organizations' business and mission objectives. The authors cut through the confusion and zealotry of leading improvement approaches, and distill them down to a practical set of specific techniques you can apply for maximum benefit to your IT project portfolio. If you seek a carefully designed set of proven, harmoniously integrated techniques engineered to deliver significantly higher performance thresholds—all presented in a concise, focused manner with executive audiences in mind—then this book is for you.


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This book is for senior executives who are on a mission to jack up the performance of their information-technology (IT) project portfolios, and who are no longer satisfied that established "best practices" are sufficient to achieve their organizations' business and mission objectives. The authors cut through the confusion and zealotry of leading improvement approaches, and This book is for senior executives who are on a mission to jack up the performance of their information-technology (IT) project portfolios, and who are no longer satisfied that established "best practices" are sufficient to achieve their organizations' business and mission objectives. The authors cut through the confusion and zealotry of leading improvement approaches, and distill them down to a practical set of specific techniques you can apply for maximum benefit to your IT project portfolio. If you seek a carefully designed set of proven, harmoniously integrated techniques engineered to deliver significantly higher performance thresholds—all presented in a concise, focused manner with executive audiences in mind—then this book is for you.

30 review for The CIO's Guide to Breakthrough Project Portfolio Performance: Applying the Best of Critical Chain, Agile, and Lean

  1. 4 out of 5

    Cassio Kawakita

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Great book, it ties a lot of concepts in IT porfolio management challenges. Some techniques are pretty straightforward but some are harder to grasp. The possibility of multiplying the project throughput by 5, in theory and being confronted in the summary that in real life the 3X is the actual ceiling is a little sad. Nevertheless the information is precious and well structured.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Adam

    Too often this comes of as an overt pamphlet advertising the authors' consulting services, which combined with a condescending tone does not make for a great match. The book is short and does have some interesting nuggets, so it still may be worth a read. Too often this comes of as an overt pamphlet advertising the authors' consulting services, which combined with a condescending tone does not make for a great match. The book is short and does have some interesting nuggets, so it still may be worth a read.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jack Vinson

    Interesting take on the value of combining ideas from Theory of Constraints, Lean and Agile with a focus on portfolio management, rather than on project management. More on my blog: https://www.jackvinson.com/blog/2015/... Interesting take on the value of combining ideas from Theory of Constraints, Lean and Agile with a focus on portfolio management, rather than on project management. More on my blog: https://www.jackvinson.com/blog/2015/...

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