Strategic Portfolio Management
Plan, prioritize and align. Close the strategy-execution gap with a transparent line of sight to strategic objectives that are aligned with your initiatives, people and resources across the organization.
Connect long-term business strategy, goals/OKRs and results to adapt & thrive
As a business leader, if you know exactly what your organization needs to do and exactly how you are going to do it, you do not need strategic portfolio management. For everyone else, there is OnePlan.
Whether your portfolios consist of products, services or projects, strategic portfolio management means being able to change direction regularly and rapidly, based on trustworthy data that is easily visible and complete. It means having measurable goals and strategies (objectives and key results, or OKRs), followed by aligning ideas and activities to those OKRs. Finally, it requires making good decisions on the sequencing and resequencing of your initiatives based on metrics of value, capacity and business performance.
CONFIDENTLY ADAPT TO MARKET CHANGES
Change direction regularly & rapidly, based on trustworthy data that is easily visible and complete.
MEASURE PROGRESS TO GOALS & STRATEGIES
Define measureable goals & strategies with ideas and activities aligned to OKRs
OPTIMIZE FLOW OF VALUE
Sequense and resequense your initiatives based on value, capacity and business performance.
Translate Strategy into Action
OnePlan empowers business leaders to define Objectives and Key Results (OKRs) across programs, teams and departments, create visual roadmaps, and measure progress.
Align OKR’s to your unique hierarchy
OKRs have many levels in the enterprise. While all objectives will connect back to enterprise goals, each business unit may have a unique version, based on its customer focus. The same goes for departments within each business unit. Additionally, large organizations are typically a matrix, with additional strategies for teams such as value streams, functional groups and geographical teams which span multiple business units. OnePlan allows you to manage different levels and versions of OKRs. Whether you need a view by business unit, value stream, program or product area, OnePlan supports the many hierarchies and matrices in an enterprise.
Effortlessly update progress against OKRs
Owners of objectives, strategies and metrics can easily update progress against OKRs. Any kind of business metric can be quickly configured and routinely updated, enabling a framework where both accountable owners and contributors can simply add progress to key results.
Provide visibility to portfolio level progress on strategies & initiatives
Whenever a contributor or objective owner updates progress on strategies or initiatives, portfolio dashboards provide real-time progress to the team, as well as enabling reports and performance analyses of trending over time.
Gain insight & understanding to interdependencies between your objectives
Switching from a list view to a board view enables a visual way to manage your portfolio. Interdependencies between your objectives – or between other items in your portfolio – are critical to see and understand. OnePlan board views enable you to gain insights into connections and patterns, edit them on the fly and drag and drop items to re-order and re-categorize.
Analyze & predict business performance with persona-based dashboards
Multiple dashboards provide insights tailored to each role or persona. Analyze and forecast business performance over time, including progress against OKRs, financial budget status, forecasts against investment targets and more. Create your own personal views, create views that can be shared with others.
Understand the size & timing of your portfolio with rich roadmap visualizations
Visualizations are proven to be an excellent way to understand complexity and make better decisions. OnePlan roadmap views provide a richer visualization for understanding the overall size and timing of your portfolio. For executives, it is a tool to rapidly understand everything being worked on and everything in the pipeline. For managers, it is a tool for making decisions on capacity and optimizing the work in progress.
OnePlan offers flexible volume-based and multi-year pricing upon request.
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Strategic Portfolio Management
- OKRs Multi- Level Tree View
- OKRs Portfolio Boards
- OKRs Portfolio Roadmaps
- OKRs Work Management
- OKRs AI Insights
- OKRs Report Pack
People & Process
We help you revise your current model to meet today’s business challenges. We help you establish portfolio definitions, OKRs and implement improvements to intake, planning and selection processes.
Business Strategy Workshop
With a small group of your leaders and change agents, we walk through your challenges today and your business objectives for change. We help you identify gaps and opportunities based on leading practices, including relevant ideas from the Lean Portfolio Management framework. The output is documented as a roadmap of near-term and longer-term recommendations.
We support your rollout of a revised strategic portfolio management framework, tailored to your needs and aligned with leading practices. We integrate process and people considerations into your tools and technology changes, including data design, process and roles updates, training, coaching, adoption and change management. .
Visit the OnePlan webinar center where you will find live and on-demand webinars showcasing our Strategy Execution Management Solution.
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