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Group member Richard Bayney writes, “Everyone likes a portfolio of prioritized projects but how do you know that this portfolio creates the highest value for your company?
Unfortunately, if you don’t search for the highest value portfolio, you’ll never know how much value you’re leaving on the table. To be sure, if your portfolio choices are sufficiently broad, project prioritization will almost always lead to a sub-optimal or inefficient portfolio where untold value is unintentionally destroyed. On the other hand, if you adopt a different portfolio selection methodology – portfolio optimization – you’ll always be pursuing an optimal or efficient portfolio.”
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