Demonstrate the Value of Continuous Improvement Initiatives
Teams investing in continuous improvement, Lean Six Sigma, or transformation initiatives aimed at reducing costs and increasing organizational efficiency need tools and processes to help them identify, track, and promote programs that reduce waste, cut expenses, and streamline business operations. Project Portfolio Management (PPM) delivers valuable program and project management, including financial insight to enable black belts, green belts, and business leaders alike to prioritize and align programs and to demonstrate productivity and cost savings to the organization.
Top-Down Strategy Alignment
PowerSteering is a feature-rich PPM solution that helps organizations consolidate how projects are solicited from across the organization and rank them according to strategic priority, risk, and financial impact, and resources can be allocated to the most strategic initiatives.
Increase Efficiency and Streamline Execution
PowerSteering provides a structured approach to planning, monitoring, and tracking the performance of all initiatives and programs. Improve productivity and performance by leveraging templates, best practices, and past project experience to save time, improve results, and further enhance project execution.
“The CI teams were able to deploy proven best practices across the globe resulting in significant cost savings, and a reduction in energy usage and GHG emissions.”
– Johnson Controls
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