No matter how good your organization is at managing projects, the process of selecting those projects remains a top business challenge for PMOs and project leaders. For better or worse, project selection is perhaps the most critical step of the project portfolio management process. When considering projects as business investments, each project takes with it valuable resources, time, budget, and more—emphasizing even more the importance of choosing the right ones.
This eBook, written by Project and Portfolio Management industry expert Harvey A. Levine, looks at practical, structured ways to build a better portfolio of projects. That is, projects that are beneficial, profitable, and adhere to C-level strategy. He does so by exploring:
While there is no guarantee of selecting the right projects 100% of the time, this eBook seeks to improve your processes in order to maximize your projects’ contribution to the overall success of the business.

About Harvey Levine, author of the project selection eBook, How to Evolve from Project Management to Project Portfolio Management

Harvey A. Levine, with six decades of service to the project management industry, is a pioneer in the field of Project Portfolio Management (PPM). Mr. Levine is the author of three books, and over 300 articles, white papers, and videos on Project Management. His book “Practical Project Management: Tips, Tactics, and Tools” from 2002, is still available from John Wiley & Sons. Mr. Levine’s book Project Portfolio Management, A Practical Guide to Selecting Partners, Managing Portfolios, and Maximizing Benefits, which was published in 2005, is a Wiley bestseller. Mr. Levine is the past president and chair of the Project Management Institute (PMI®) and a PMI Fellow.He can be contacted at