Strategic Portfolio Decisions
Portfolio management decisions rely on the foundations of Decision Quality, the Dialogue Decision Process, and Decision Analysis, but the context of optimal resource allocation across many assets is significantly different from strategy or single-decision problems.
Portfolio and strategy decisions "just don't look the same." Learn about the Strategic Portfolio Management (SPM) process for making strategic resource allocation and portfolio decisions.
Learn how to:
- Use the language, principles, and tools of SPM to conduct asset valuations and portfolio analysis
- Diagnose a portfolio's characteristics and tailor the SPM process to the types of strategic decisions required to manage the portfolio
- Identify alternative investment levels and choose the optimal alternative for each portfolio element
- Analyze and allocate resources using portfolio analysis software
- Track and monitor changes in the business environment to re-evaluate the allocation of resources in the portfolio
Offered through the Stanford Center for Professional Development in partnership with SDG.