As increased turnover rates over the last ten years have demonstrated, senior executives are more accountable than ever before for operational failings that contribute to poor share price performance.
This pressure is even more pronounced in project intensive organizations, where the executive board is expected to balance the promise of high rewards from their large capital investments with the level of risk exposure introduced by each project across the extended portfolio.
Stock Shock is an independent report that looks at the intrinsic connection between long-term capital investment and short term market performance – and how this can impact the profit outlook. It examines existing research, industry examples, and explores practical approaches to maintaining effective visibility and control over key operational metrics.
Read about Stock Shock: The effect of project and portfolio management on share price – which traces the direct effect a lack of strategic visibility across the project portfolio can have on a company’s financial wellbeing and the careers of senior executives.