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What Secrets Project Managers Should Learn From Airbnb?

There’s absolutely no doubt that Airbnb is growing exponentially in recent times. There were a total of over 150 million users on Airbnb as of April 2019, and since its launch, the company hosted 500 million guests. Much of its success can be attributed to its flawless project management. Here’s what project managers should learn from Airbnb’s strategy.

2020-02-07T08:30:57+02:007.2.2020|Tags: , , |

Patria’s internal development will be visible in the project portfolio from Thinking Portfolio

Patria’s IT Project Portfolio Officer Pauliina Mäki-Rajala explains, that her job has changed a lot since the implementation of Thinking Portfolio’s project portfolio. The desired transparency has been reached through the portfolio. Previously the number of IT projects in Excel was around 20, and currently the Thinking Portfolio has over one hundred internal development projects.

2019-12-03T10:19:55+02:003.12.2019|Tags: , |

The university community of Tampere will put together projects, systems, registries and ideas with Thinking Portfolio

When the universities merged, tools were needed to manage more than a hundred simultaneously running projects, to manage resources, and to map the system entity. Now, after merging, the portfolios from Thinking Portfolio continue to be used by the university community of Tampere as a development project portfolio and as a system portfolio for the entire community.

2019-12-03T10:17:21+02:003.12.2019|Tags: |

7 Things that Chief Financial Officer Should Do for a Project Manager

A Chief Financial Officer is a person who assists the organization with his financial expertise and takes charge of managing the monetary aspects of the company. The duties assigned to a Chief Financial Officer sometimes go beyond just finance and also treads into overall company management. Project management is an integral part of developing and delivering strategic initiatives, as it creates a structure for ensuring that the company’s goals are met appropriately.

Introducing market observations and future trends into portfolios

Individual projects in a portfolio may have significant impacts on risk absorption capacity, financial success and development. However, project management often fails to view individual projects from an overall perspective. From the perspective of overall organisational management, however, observing changes in the operating environment and economic cycles are key to risk and opportunity management. Among our clients, there is a clear trend of incorporating future indicators into investment and development projects. It is becoming increasingly [...]

2019-04-05T09:57:05+03:005.4.2019|Tags: |

SSAB moved on from a vulnerable Excel jungle to the reliable and versatile Thinking Portfolio

SSAB uses Thinking Portfolio’s solution for planning investment activities in the coming years. Plans are prepared in a clear way in the portfolio, which provides a quick overview of upcoming events. Investment Services Director Arto Kangas describes how the implementation of the project portfolio has made it possible to make the company’s approach even more systematic.

6 Weak-signals in Your Project’s Environment to Follow Monthly?

Have you ever wondered what separates the good from the great when it comes to project managers? Simply put, the way a project manager handles problems when they inevitably rear their ugly heads is what separates the so-so from the great project managers. Have a look at these six weak-signals in your project's environment.