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Part one: The 6 Project Portfolio Management Trends that Have Been Mainstreamed in the 2010’s

Over the years, project portfolio management (PPM), has seen a lot of changes. In particular, the world of project portfolio management (PPM) has changed significantly since 2000. We’ve seen new technologies and innovative organizational strategies transform project management. These new rules of engagement help organizations run projects more efficiently and smoothly.
These advances have undoubtedly defined what PPM is today and where it will go in the future. What were these advancements? What role did they play in shaping how we approach project management?
This article series consists of two parts. We will be answering these questions by looking at six PPM trends, which emerged in 2010 and have since been adopted as the de facto best practices for project management.
1. Scaled Agile
The Agile Manifesto was published in 2001 and has been a keystone of cross-functional, highly collaborative project management. It started out as a tool for software development but quickly expanded to other areas where more adaptive project management techniques were needed.
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