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2015 kicked up something of a storm in the area of project portfolio management with the induction of technology as well as new practices and methodologies. 2016 is expected to be no different. While project portfolio management was a more gradual process in the past, it is now one of the most dynamic aspects of business with large scope for improvement. In fact, according to Gartner, 20% of Information Technology (IT)-intensive organizations will shift to near real-time IT portfolio analysis in 2016. The Cloud, predictive analysis and other similar advancements will play a vital role in changing how project managers approach portfolio management. The future holds more deep-rooted changes that will alter the foundation of present-day practices. Listed below are such project portfolio management trends for 2016.