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Program Management Professional (PgMP)

Program management is the centralized, coordinated management of a program to achieve the program’s strategic benefits and objectives, the standard for Program Management.

Description

By definition, program management addresses systemic issues and focuses on business and strategic aspects of projects and programs that cannot be resolved at the project management level. Organizations are increasingly seeking to better integrate and coordinate multiple projects to deliver business value. Obtaining PMI’s® Program Management Professional (PgMP)® credential your advanced experience and skills as a program manager are globally recognized. The PgMP® demonstrates your competency to oversee multiple, related projects and their resources to achieve benefits and strategic goals.

Course objectives

  • Deeper understanding of the hard and soft factors relating to program management
  • Prepare for the certification for PgMP® and be part of a small elite club of program managers
  • The confidence of understanding how best to setup and run successful programs
  • Confidence of business success through the selection and running of programs
  • Take yourself to the next level of understanding and be seen as a mentor and leader in the field of programs and projects

Who should attend

Project Managers, Program Managers, Portfolio Managers, Directors, Risk Managers, PMO, Project Teams, etc.

Module 1

  • PgMP Certification

Module 2

  • Introduction
    • What is Program and Program Management
    • Relationships among Portfolio, Program and Project
    • Role of the Program Manager
    • Role of the Program Management Office
    • Performance Domains

Module 3

  • Strategy Alignment
    • Program Business Case
    • Program Charter
    • Program Roadmap
    • Risk Management Strategy

Module 4

  • Benefits Management
    • Benefits Identification
    • Analysis & Planning
    • Delivery
    • Transition
    • Sustainment

Module 5

  • Stakeholder Engagement
    • Identification
    • Analysis
    • Engagement Planning
    • Engagement
    • Communications

Module 6

  • Governance
    • Program Governance Practices
    • Governance Roles
    • Governance Design and Implementation

Module 7

  • Program Lifecycle
    • Lifecycle Phases
    • Activities and Integration Management

Module 8

  • Program Activities
    • Closure Phase
    • Definition Phase
    • Delivery Phase

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