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dc.contributor.advisorPardo Martínez, Clara Inés 
dc.creatorGiraldo, Milton Cesar 
dc.date.accessioned2015-08-06T01:06:51Z
dc.date.available2015-08-06T01:06:51Z
dc.date.created2015-03-20
dc.date.issued2015 
dc.identifier.urihttp://repository.urosario.edu.co/handle/10336/10665
dc.descriptionCon la creciente popularidad de las soluciones de IT como factor clave para aumentar la competitividad y la creación de valor para las empresas, la necesidad de invertir en proyectos de IT se incrementa considerablemente. La limitación de los recursos como un obstáculo para invertir ha obligado a las empresas a buscar metodologías para seleccionar y priorizar proyectos, asegurándose de que las decisiones que se toman son aquellas que van alineadas con las estrategias corporativas para asegurar la creación de valor y la maximización de los beneficios. Esta tesis proporciona los fundamentos para la implementación del Portafolio de dirección de Proyectos de IT (IT PPM) como una metodología eficaz para la gestión de proyectos basados en IT, y una herramienta para proporcionar criterios claros para los directores ejecutivos para la toma de decisiones. El documento proporciona la información acerca de cómo implementar el IT PPM en siete pasos, el análisis de los procesos y las funciones necesarias para su ejecución exitosa. Además, proporciona diferentes métodos y criterios para la selección y priorización de proyectos. Después de la parte teórica donde se describe el IT PPM, la tesis aporta un análisis del estudio de caso de una empresa farmacéutica. La empresa ya cuenta con un departamento de gestión de proyectos, pero se encontró la necesidad de implementar el IT PPM debido a su amplia cobertura de procesos End-to-End en Proyectos de IT, y la manera de asegurar la maximización de los beneficios. Con la investigación teórica y el análisis del estudio de caso, la tesis concluye con una definición práctica de un modelo aproximado IT PPM como una recomendación para su implementación en el Departamento de Gestión de Proyectos.
dc.description.abstractWith the increased popularity of IT solutions as key factor for increasing competitiveness and creation of value for companies, the need to invest in IT projects is considerably increased. The limitation of resources as a constraint to invest has forced the companies to look for methodologies to select and prioritize projects, making sure that the decisions made are those aligned with the corporate strategies to assure the creation of value and maximization of benefits. This dissertation provides the fundamentals for the implementation of the IT Project Portfolio Management (IT PPM) as an efficient methodology for managing IT-Based Projects, and a tool for providing transparent criteria to the executive managers for the decision making process. The document provides the information about how to implement the IT PPM in seven steps, analyzing the processes and the roles needed for its successful execution. Additionally, provides different methods and criteria for the project selection and prioritization. After the theoretical part where the IT PPM is described, the dissertation brings an analysis of the study case a Pharmaceutical Company. The company has already a project management department but they find the necessity to implement the IT PPM due to the wider coverage of the end to end IT Projects processes, and the way to assure maximization of benefits. With the theoretical research, and the analysis of the study case, the dissertation ends with a practical definition of an IT PPM rough model as a recommendation for the implementation in the Project Management Department.
dc.description.sponsorshipCompañía Analizada
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dc.sourceinstname:Universidad del Rosario
dc.sourcereponame:Repositorio Institucional EdocUR
dc.subjectIT PPM
dc.subjectProyectos de IT
dc.subjectPortafolio de Proyectos
dc.subjectDirección de IT
dc.subjectDirección de Proyectos
dc.subject.ddcAdministración general 
dc.subject.lembAdministración de empresas
dc.subject.lembIndustria farmacéutica - Administración
dc.subject.lembPlanificación estratégica
dc.subject.lembMercadeo
dc.titleDefinition of an it project portfolio management methodology for a pharmaceutical company
dc.typemasterThesis
dc.publisherUniversidad del Rosario
dc.creator.degreeMagíster en Dirección y Gerencia de Empresas
dc.publisher.programMaestría en Dirección
dc.publisher.departmentFacultad de administración
dc.subject.keywordIT PPM
dc.subject.keywordIT Project Portfolio Management
dc.subject.keywordProject Management
dc.subject.keywordIT Management
dc.subject.keywordGovernance
dc.subject.keywordEnterprise Architecture
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