Aldea, A., Iacob, M.-E., Daneva, M., & Masyhur, L. H. (2019). Multi-criteria and model-based analysis for project selection: An integration of capability-based planning, project portfolio management and enterprise architecture. Paper presented at the 2019 IEEE 23rd International Enterprise Distributed Object Computing Workshop (EDOCW). doi:10.1109/edocw.2019.00032 Read this conference paper for insights relating to project selection and combined influences from different requirements.
Chaparro, X. A. F., Gomes, L. A. d. V., & Nascimento, P. T. d. S. (2019). The evolution of project portfolio selection methods: From incremental to radical innovation. Revista de Gestao USP(3), 212-231. doi:10.1108/rege-10-2018-0096 Read this article that describes the project allocation process within innovation areas. Read the narrative content of nine pages and scan their content sources, 11 pages.
de Oliveira Agápito, A., de Fátima Dianin Vianna, M., Moratori, P. B., Soares Vianna, D., Mitacc Meza, E. B., & de Oliveira Matias, I. (2019). Using multicriteria analysis and fuzzy logic for project portfolio management. Brazilian Journal of Operations & Production Management 16(2019), 347-357. doi:10.14488/BJOPM.2019.v16.n2.a14 Read this article for a review of decision processes and potential tools relating to project selection.
Naldi, M., Nicosia, G., Pacifici, A., & Pferschy, U. (2019). Profit-fairness trade-off in project selection, 67, 133-146. Socio-Economic Planning Sciences. doi:10.1016/j.seps.2018.10.007 Read this article to review new challenges for large organizations and governments.
Njike, A. N., & Kumral, M. (2019). Mining corporate portfolio optimization model with company's operational performance level and international risk. Mineral Economics: Raw Materials Report, 32(3), 307-315. doi:10.1007/s13563-019-00171-w Read this article to gain insight into production and operational project portfolio optimization.
Northcentral University. (2020). NUONE Cloud Consulting Services Case Study. Northcentral University. This is a case study of a fictitious company created for use during this course. The use of this case study is optional. You may develop and use your own scenario. Regardless of your scenario choice, you may need to create some fictitious project data to complete the assignment. Please try to be as realistic and detailed as possible to demonstrate your understanding of the assignment.