This page provides resources to help you get started with the Demand Management, also known as Project Lifecycle Management (PLM), and Portfolio Strategy capabilities in Microsoft Project Server 2010.
| ||Hitchhiker's Guide to Demand Management |
This document contains all the required information to get started on implementing a full Demand Management solution with Microsoft Project 2010.
| ||Demand Management overview in Project 2010 (video and white paper) |
Watch a short video and download a white paper about the Demand Management capability in Microsoft Project Server 2010. Demand Management represents a deliberate attempt to reconcile and combine multiple lifecycle management tasks within a single, unified approach.
| ||Project 2010 Quick Start Training – Demand Management |
The Demand Management module of the Quick Start training covers the key components that enable the demand management functionality in Project Server 2010: Enterprise Project Types, Project workflows (Stages and Phases), Project Detail Pages, Approvals, and steps to implement your own governance process.
| ||Portfolio Selection and analytics overview in Project 2010 (video and white paper) |
Learn how new Portfolio Selection and analytical capabilities in Project Server 2010 build a bridge between value optimization and resource utilization to help organizations select project portfolios based on alignment with business strategy and resource capability.
| ||Project 2010 Quick Start Training – Portfolio Strategy |
The Portfolio Strategy module of the Quick Start training covers the process of setting up Business Drivers, aligning projects to Business Drivers, Project Prioritization, and the selection process.
| ||Overview: Set up and submit project proposals |
Before you can propose new projects, the portfolio manager and site administrator must work together to set up the workflow, project detail pages, and templates used during the process.
Read technical articles about Demand Management in Project Server 2010:
View the following webcasts to learn more: