The right time to review objectively a company project portfolio and kill the non-performing or pet projects ?

Six months into the crisis, it may still be time to take a hard look at your current project portfolio and decide whether some projects should be killed.
Some of them may have been started without taking a close look at their alignment with the business strategy, or without sound financial perspectives. Some projects should probably be killed but objective metrics on project health may not be available and project managers may want to pursue them at any cost.
These issues can originate from the lack of a formal portfolio management process or the lack of well defined metrics against which to assess projects. Starting a formal audit of your current project portfolio could be the opportunity to significantly improve the way some decisions are made within your company...
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