Design thinking framework for project portfolio management

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Project Portfolio Management has been introduced as a strategy to manage multiple projects at the same time. To stay ahead of the competition, organisations require PPM approach to achieve results. PPM is an area of organisational activity that helps organisations to govern the selection of projects and/or programs and management of organisations. The PPM discussed as an area that requires conceptualisation to give meaning to it and make it usable for organisations. This paper applies design thinking framework to conceptualise PPM and to investigate what Australian Government Organisations wish to achieve through the PPM. Findings of the study are important in better understanding the complexities of PPM.




Sarbazhosseini, H., Adikari, S., & Keighran, H. (2016). Design thinking framework for project portfolio management. In Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics) (Vol. 9746, pp. 133–140). Springer Verlag.

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