I’ve collaborated with business architects, project managers, developers, and optimisation mathematics experts to conceptualise and develop a digital prototype tailored for optimising extensive project portfolios within large enterprises.
This digital solution combines interactive project visualisation with mathematical optimisation capabilities, enabling the input of multiple projects with associated cost, labor, and time constraints into the optimisation engine. In response, the engine generates an optimised set of projects, ensuring they fall within the specified constraint parameters. These optimisation outcomes are stored as “scenarios” in the interface’s database, allowing users to review and share them as potential options. Furthermore, each stored scenario can be dynamically animated, providing users with a visual representation of how altering projects and budgets affects the overall project pattern.
This dynamic scenario creation and sharing approach offer significant advantages by providing clarity at the organisational level regarding the projects under consideration and their alignment with the overarching enterprise strategy.