Posted: March 18th, 2016
Airline Case Study Instructions
First, read the book case study found in Chapter 18 referenced below in the UD Library 24×7 books section:
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Chapter 18 – From Start to Flight Level: Implementing Project Portfolio Management at a Midsized Airline
The PMOSIG Program Management Office Handbook: Strategic and Tactical Insights for Improving Results
by Craig Letavec and Dennis Bolles (eds)
J. Ross Publishing (c) 2011
This case study examines a real world situation demonstrating how a PMO was initially set up with no portfolio management capabilities. When a new PM architecture technology investment was made, improvements in Service delivery were realized with visibility to the complete lifecycle of all Program Projects. As a result, PM teams were better able to manage scope, dependencies, issues, risks and other technical Service delivery outcomes. To maximize data/reporting analysis benefits to the PMO, the tool was also integrated with their financial data systems and enterprise resource planning (ERP) system.
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