5 Risks of Subjective Project Portfolio Data

When data from individual projects is rolled up to the portfolio level, any issues with the integrity of that information—its age, its completeness, or its accuracy—are magnified. Project data built on subjective metrics is also an area that can generate questionable portfolio insights. People who pad their budget forecasts because they’re worried about contentious financial negotiations or team members who are too generous with their progress estimates are all common sources of subjective project data.

Subjective data has long been a staple for many project teams, but when this kind of potentially biased or unsupported information is pulled

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