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The 6 Project Portfolio Management Trends That Went Mainstream in the 2010’s: Part One

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The world of project portfolio management (PPM) has changed significantly over the years. More specifically, since the early 2000’s, we’ve seen the emergence of new technologies and innovative organizational strategies take project management to an entirely new level—setting new rules of engagement to help organizations run their projects more smoothly and efficiently.

These advancements have unquestionably defined what we consider to be PPM today as well as where we see this field moving in the future. But what exactly were these advancements? What role have they played in influencing how we approach project management today?

In this two-part article series, we will answer these questions by looking at six PPM trends that emerged in the 2010’s and, since then, have become adopted as de facto project management best practices.

1. Scaled Agile

Since the Agile Manifesto was first published in 2001, it has become a cornerstone of cross-functional and highly collaborative project management: initially revolving around software development and eventually making its way into other business areas where more adaptive project management techniques—as opposed to traditional waterfall methods—were quickly becoming necessary.

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