CIO Review - 5 Reasons to Use Project Portfolio Management in a Crisis

As organizations navigate the ‘new normal’ during a global pandemic, the value of portfolio project management (PPM) becomes more apparent. During a crisis, uncertainty makes it difficult to determine how to proceed. Fortunately, PPM is already designed for unique situations, and it provides the toolset for defining goals, assessing situations and clearly communicating responsibilities. 
Following robust PPM processes can reduce the risk of poor decision-making in a crisis, because the considerations for what is required to achieve project goals are already in place.