Decisions, Decisions    Key Decisions in IT Portfolio Management
Information Technology Portfolio Management(ITPfM) is the process through which yourorganization can optimize its “return”...
Good ITPfM is FAST, EASY and TRUSTED.   FAST to implement;   EASY to explain, understand, use; and is a   TRUSTED sourc...
Optimize your IT portfolio with a FORMALdecision-making process.         Don’t make decisions on a whim!
Decisions differ based on the type of investment: Ideas or Prospects - Things you might do Projects - Things you are cur...
For each       1. Drop – Not worth our time                   2. Pursue – Let’s take the next    IDEA or                  ...
1. Kill – Not worth our resourcesFor each     2. Expedite – Add resources, wePROJECT,        need it sooner and/or better ...
1. Divest – Get Rid of it                 2. Outsource – Let someone else   For each          manage itCURRENT ASSET,   3....
Remember, decisions should be informed by datacollected for each investment.                  Sample Data Set      Implem...
Visit www.IT-Portfolio-Management.com         for more information and insight!
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Key Decisions in IT Portfolio Management

  1. 1. Decisions, Decisions Key Decisions in IT Portfolio Management
  2. 2. Information Technology Portfolio Management(ITPfM) is the process through which yourorganization can optimize its “return” on ITspending.
  3. 3. Good ITPfM is FAST, EASY and TRUSTED. FAST to implement; EASY to explain, understand, use; and is a TRUSTED source for IT decisions.
  4. 4. Optimize your IT portfolio with a FORMALdecision-making process. Don’t make decisions on a whim!
  5. 5. Decisions differ based on the type of investment: Ideas or Prospects - Things you might do Projects - Things you are currently working on Current Assets - Things you already have
  6. 6. For each 1. Drop – Not worth our time 2. Pursue – Let’s take the next IDEA or stepPROSPECT, decide 3. Revisit – Check back during to: the next cycle
  7. 7. 1. Kill – Not worth our resourcesFor each 2. Expedite – Add resources, wePROJECT, need it sooner and/or better 3. Slow/Pause – Reducedecide to: resources, less urgency 4. Maintain – Let things continue as they are
  8. 8. 1. Divest – Get Rid of it 2. Outsource – Let someone else For each manage itCURRENT ASSET, 3. Insource – We need to manage it 4. Increase Support – Increase decide to: Resources 5. Decrease Support – Reduce resources 6. Maintain – Let’s keep it as is
  9. 9. Remember, decisions should be informed by datacollected for each investment. Sample Data Set  Implementation Risk  Investment Type  Technological Risk  Alignment to Mission  Operational Risk  Initial Cost  Business Value  Maintenance Cost  Financial Value  Schedule Variance  Alignment to Mission  Cost Variance  …  …. Collect the right data to make the right decision!
  10. 10. Visit www.IT-Portfolio-Management.com for more information and insight!

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