Navy Federal Credit Union had challenged itself to ensure service excellence, a competitive portfolio of products, and the most current customer and financial systems. The organization had established nearly 100 functional and technical projects, all at different levels of definition and alignment with corporate objectives. Its leaders recognized a need for a new framework for prioritizing all projects going forward. North Highland responded with a rigorous and proven approach to project portfolio review, management, communication and implementation. As a direct result, 40% of projects were deferred or eliminated, redirecting man-hours from non-value-add projects to strategic, high value initiatives.
How to Greenlight Projects Based on Corporate Strategy
CFO, Strategy and Advisory, Financial Services, Public Sector
February 19, 2014