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Program Management - Successfully Managing Business Transformation

Program Management - Successfully Managing Business Transformation



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21:00On-Demand LearningUSD $1450.00
 
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As a Project Management Institute (PMI)® Registered Education Provider (R.E.P.), IIL has agreed to abide by PMI®-established quality assurance criteria.


Prerequisites
  • PMP or working knowledge of the PMBOK® Guide 
  • Three to five years of project management experience
Course Level

Advanced

Description

Program managers coordinate and give oversight to the efforts of marketing groups, project teams, product delivery, maintenance and support, operations and staff from various functional groups, including suppliers, business partners, and other external bodies. The goal is to ensure that proposed business transformation, through the delivery of complex products and processes are implemented to realize the organization’s strategic benefits and objectives, for which the program was selected.  

The goals of this course are twofold: To provide participants with key program management principles and techniques, recognized as best practices, to enable more effective program management; and to leverage core elements of the program management life cycle, processes, tools and techniques, to enable program management effectiveness.  

The participant will learn and apply the principles of program management through discussions, activities, and case study exercises. 

Who Should Attend

This advanced offering is for those who manage large complex projects or programs, often comprised of multiple projects and operational activities. It is designed for:

  • PMO managers 
  • Program managers 
  • Aspiring program managers, i.e., project managers 
  • Anyone who seeks to understand best practices in managing business transformation through program management 
Performance Focus
What You Will Learn

You’ll learn how to:

  • Distinguish the differences among projects, programs, and portfolios, and the differences among the management of the three 
  • Use program management vocabulary and terminology, according to The Standard for Program Management – Third Edition, Managing Successful Programmes – 2011 Edition, and the PMBOK® Guide – Fifth Edition 
  • Understand the primary purpose of defining, authorizing, and managing a program to completion 
  • Identify the best practices and success criterion of a successful program 
  • Define, plan, and manage a program, according to best practices and success criterion, with a heavy emphasis on planning 
  • Perform the major aspects of program definition, planning, monitoring,  controlling, and close-out, including risk, issue, and quality management 
  • Identify, analyze, and engage stakeholders to achieve positive outcomes, by minimizing opposition and maximizing support 
Course Overview

Getting Started

  • Introductions 
  • Course structure 
  • Course goals and objectives 

Foundation Concepts 

  • Fundamental definitions and concepts 
  • Program challenges and benefits 
  • Program best practices and success criterion 
  • Stakeholder management 
  • Governance: program management office and program boards 
  • Standard for Program Management overview 

Vision, Leadership, and the Business Case

  • What is vision, why, and how? 
  • Leadership vs. Management 
  • Program business case 

Program Organization and Governance 

  • Program organization 
  • Program governance 
  • Program board roles and responsibilities 

Benefits Management 

  • Benefits explored 
  • Benefits management 
  • Benefits realization 

Program Management Planning

  • Program management plan 
  • Program blueprint and roadmap 
  • Program component dossier 
  • Program tranches 
  • Program estimating 
  • Program scheduling 

Program Monitoring and Controlling 

  • Program Control – An Overview 
  • Program Monitoring and Controlling 
  • Monitoring and Controlling Transition 

Program Risk and Issue Management

  • Risk and issue management overview 
  • Program risk management 
  • Program issue management 

Program Quality Management

  • Program quality management overview 
  • Program quality management principles 

Program Stakeholder Management

  • Stakeholder engagement overview 
  • Stakeholder engagement planning 
  • EI, trust, communication and stakeholder engagement 

Program Closure and Benefits Sustainment 

  • Program closure overview 
  • Closing the program 
  • Program benefits sustainment 

Summary

  • What did we learn, and how can we implement this in our work environments? 

Learning Objectives

  • Maximize the transformational impact of a program according to the business needs 
  • Understand management principles and techniques and how to apply them within a program context 
  • Implement program governance and organization that will produce expected benefits 
    • Plan for and manage benefit realization, risks, issues, and quality 
    • Manage component projects’ interdependencies that are linked to both program and strategic objectives 
    • Understand and practice how to manage stakeholders’ relationships effectively. 
    • Improve communication and action planning effectiveness for programs in organizations 



Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs)

Technical Leadership Strategic Total
Project Management Professional (PMP)® 0 10.00 11.00 21.00
PMI Program Management Professional (PgMP)® 0 10.00 11.00 21.00
PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP)® 0 10.00 11.00 21.00
PMI Scheduling Professional (PMI-SP)® 0 10.00 11.00 21.00
PMI Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP)® 0 10.00 11.00 21.00
PMI Portfolio Management Professional (PfMP)® 0 10.00 11.00 21.00
PMI Professional in Business Analysis (PMI-PBA)® 0 10.00 11.00 21.00

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