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> Formations  Informatique / Management Informatique / Gestion de projets

PgMP® : Program Management Fundamentals

Type de formation :  | Participants : 10  | Durée : 3 jours

> Objectifs

Le cours est donné en "Français" mais les supports sont en "Anglais".

Organizations that adopt projects as a mean to achieving change and delivering results often find it difficult to prioritize projects and to make best use of their resources; additionally, many recent surveys have demonstrated that project backlog is a major issue in organizations. 

Portfolio management is a management approach that aims to align project efforts with the corporate strategy and optimize the efficient use of resources throughout the organization.

This course focuses on two aspects of the management of portfolios:

  • Prioritization of projects and other activities, based on their contribution to organizational benefits and their achievability
  • Allocation and prioritizing of resources between those projects and activities that have been chosen so that they can deliver the expected benefits

The course identifies five key activities and techniques to accomplish this:

  1. Analyzing the portfolio of existing and potential projects and activities
  2. Defining the content of the portfolio according the Strategic Vision
  3. Selecting the projects and activities to be implemented as part of this portfolio
  4. Allocating resources to those projects and activities that have been selected
  5. Collecting and storing project data for performance measurement and portfolio reorientation, based on financial performance, strategic alignment, individual performance of the different components and Risk factors.

The course also discusses the definition of the portfolio in the organization based on its Vision and Strategy...

Program management (PgM) is fast developing as the essential link between strategy and projects and a vehicle for organizational change.

This seminar has been designed by Michel Thiry author of the book “Program Management”. It is a good overview for PgMPSM candidates and takes into account the PgMP Credential Handbook knowledge requirements.

The Seminar is based on recognized standards, including the PMI®’s Standard for Program Management and the UK Government’s “Managing Successful Programmes” (MSP®), as well as worldwide Valense practice and research.

This seminar offers an understanding of program management’s connection to business strategy and objectives and the management of multiple stakeholders, beyond multiple-project management.

The seminar provides participants with tools and techniques to deal with complex, unplanned change in a structured manner and develops knowledge of particular techniques required for managing programs. 

It also analyzes the best organizational structures for program management as well as the competencies and skills required from program managers. 

During the seminar, participants will test their recently acquired knowledge on a case study based on the PgMP Exam Specifications.

Participants will be awarded a Certificate of attendance in accordance with the PMI® Registered Education Program and the Professional Development Program.

Develop and enhance the contributions you make to your organization by being able to:

  1. Understand alignment with organizational objectives & strategic goals.
  2. Demonstrate capability to oversee multiple interrelated projects.
  3. Define & initiate projects, assign PMs
  4. Optimize use of program resources to ensure benefits delivery
  5. Take responsibility for change & decisions to realize strategic & business objectives
  6. Actively manage business value and stakeholders’ benefits.
  7. Recognize why, when and how to use program management.
  8. Support the development of a program framework and culture.

> Public

The seminar is aimed at project managers and all those who manage projects or project team members, as well as all managers who need to understand project management.

> Prérequis

Le cours est donné en "Français" mais les supports sont en "Anglais".

This seminar is designed for experienced project managers, program managers, chief project officers, project directors and senior managers who need to manage multiple projects to deliver business strategies. Also for all project managers, who have a reasonable experience as project leaders and are interested in PgMP Certification and in understanding the strategic influences exercised on projects.

> Programme

Le cours est donné en "Français" mais les supports sont en "Anglais".

  • Program Context
    • Definitions
    • Framework
  • Program Framework
    • PgM Approaches/Standards
    • PgM Life Cycle
  • Program Decision Management Cycle
    • Stakeholder Analysis
    • Strategic Value/Benefits
  • Formulation
    • Business Case
    • Benefits Management Plan
    • Ideation-Elaboration-Choice
  • Organization
    • Program Structures
    • Program Manager Role & Leadership Skills
    • Planning
  • Deployment
    • Review & Approval System
  • Appraisal
    • Managing Change
  • Dissolution Program
  • Maturity & Culture

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