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Making the Cut: When to Save and When to Stop Projects

Knowing what work is important and what work isn’t forms an enormous amount of a portfolio management work. This post on Focused Performance lists situations where organizations have failed to address the root causes of too many projects with not enough time or resources. However, once an organization determines what work is important (or will be important), they can more accurately determine how other less important projects can be handled – and make their work narrow to a more exact alignment with business need.

About Anne Grybowski

Anne is a former staff writer for CAI's Accelerating IT Success, with a degree in Media Studies from Penn State University.

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