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Multi-Criteria and Model-Based Analysis for Project Selection : An Integration of Capability-Based Planning and Project Portfolio Management

Masyhur, Latifah Helmy (2017) Multi-Criteria and Model-Based Analysis for Project Selection : An Integration of Capability-Based Planning and Project Portfolio Management.

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Abstract:Nowadays, organizations are faced with so many investment decisions. These investment decisions are mostly related to which projects the organization must undertake in order to achieve their goals. This might be due to the fact that projects are considered as the key instrument to deliver organizational strategies. However, these projects are often influenced by several drivers, such as competitive demand, specific concerns of the stakeholders, availability of resources, and varying levels of risk. Thus, organizations often encounter some difficulties when making investment decisions. Based on this problem, there is a need for a method that could help organizations in solving investment decisions. We address this issue in the thesis by integrating the concept of project portfolio management and capability based planning with analytical tools for assessment. This master thesis provides a guidance of project selection process for organizations that is expected to help organizations to select the best investment. The proposed method incorporates a combination of capability assessment, project assessment, some analytical tools (such as AHP and linear programming model), and EA-based analysis.
Item Type:Essay (Master)
Faculty:EEMCS: Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science
Subject:85 business administration, organizational science
Programme:Business Information Technology MSc (60025)
Link to this item:http://purl.utwente.nl/essays/73293
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