Formations : Informatique / Gestion de projets

Intitulé:  P3O Practitioner

 
Vos contacts

Martine Simonis
Chargée relations entreprises
T : 04 382 45 18 | M : martine.simonis@technifutur.be

Elisabeth D'Eleuterio
Coordinatrice
T : 04 382 44 46 | M : elisabeth.deleuterio@technifutur.be

Maria Sciortino
Coordinatrice
T : 04 382 44 63 | M : maria.sciortino@technifutur.be

Caroline Sekieta
Coordinatrice
T : 04 246 62 18 | M : caroline.sekieta@technifutur.be

 
Participants : 10 | Durée : 2 j.
 
Objectifs

At the end of the P3O Foundation & Practitioner Course, participants will be able to:

  • Design a high-level P3O model and its component offices.
  • List the component offices in a P3O model.
  • Differentiate between Portfolio, Program, and Project Management.
  • List the key functions and services of a P3O.
  • List the reasons for establishing a P3O model.
  • Compare different types of P3O model.
  • List the factors that influence selection of the most appropriate P3O model for an organization.
  • Define the processes to implement or re-energize a P3O.
  • List the tools and techniques used by a P3O.Define the purpose and major responsibilities of the defined roles in a P3O model.
  • Manage one of the offices using the P3O guidance.Design, implement, manage, or work within any component office of a P3O model.
  • Identify the elements, roles, and functions deployed in a generalized P3O model.
 
Public

The P3O Practitioner qualification is designed for professionals who: Aspire to join a portfolio, program, or project office environment. Are new to a portfolio, program, or project office environment. Consider deploying or reconfiguring the P3O model. Are involved to delve into optimization of the strategic decision making. Roles might include: ((Portfolio) Managers ; Program Directors ; Consultants ; Senior Members of a Portfolio, Program or Project Bureau There are no formal prerequisites. However, experience in project and/or programme management is recommended.

 
Prérequis

At the end of the P3O Foundation & Practitioner Course, participants will be able to:

  • Design a high-level P3O model and its component offices.
  • List the component offices in a P3O model.
  • Differentiate between Portfolio, Program, and Project Management.
  • List the key functions and services of a P3O.
  • List the reasons for establishing a P3O model.
  • Compare different types of P3O model.
  • List the factors that influence selection of the most appropriate P3O model for an organization.
  • Define the processes to implement or re-energize a P3O.
  • List the tools and techniques used by a P3O.Define the purpose and major responsibilities of the defined roles in a P3O model.
  • Manage one of the offices using the P3O guidance.Design, implement, manage, or work within any component office of a P3O model.
  • Identify the elements, roles, and functions deployed in a generalized P3O model.
 
Programme
  • Course Outline
    • Introduction to P3O
    • What is the purpose of P3O?
    • Definitions
    • What are P3Os
    • Portfolio, programme and project lifecycles
    • Governance and the P3O
  • Designing a P3O Model
    • Factors that affect the design
    • Design considerations
    • What functions and services should the P3O offer
    • Roles and responsibilities
    • Sizing and tailoring of the P3O model
  • Why have a P3O
    • How a P3O adds value
    • Maximizing that value
    • Getting investment for the P3O
    • Overcoming common barriers
    • Timescales
  • Why have a P3O (Extension)
    • The P3O Business Case
    • P3O® is a registered trademark of AXELOS Limited
    • The Swirl logo™ is a trademark of AXELOS Limited
    • Project, Programme & Portofolio Management
    • The P3O Model Blueprint
    • Vision Statement
    • Demonstrating the Value
    • KPIs
    • The Benefits of Claimed Capabilities
    • Benefit Realisation and Strategic Objectives
    • Benefit Profile
  • How to Implement or Re-Energize a P3O
    • Implementation lifecycle for a permanent P3O
      • Identify
      • Define
      • Deliver
      • Close
    • Implementation lifecycle for a temporary programme or project office
      • Organizational context
      • Definition and implementation
      • Running
      • Closing
      • Recycling