Project Management Institute: Program Management Professional – Part Five
This course is designed for those interested to learn more about Program Management Professional certification and execute your entire program successfully so you can be sure that your program delivers the best outcomes for your organization.
About This Courseadvanced
Executing a large-scale program composed of many smaller component projects is a challenging proposition.
First, you will learn how to start each of your program’s component projects on the right foot as well as how to work more effectively with each member of your program team. Next, you will cover how to manage the execution of your entire program once it’s in-flight as well as how to handle any unexpected developments which may occur along the way.
Finally, you will discover how to review the status of each of your program’s component projects in a way that helps your stakeholders understand how each component project is contributing to your program’s overall goals as well as how to ensure the benefits delivered by your program’s component projects will continue long after closure.
When you are finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of program management needed to successfully execute and deliver a large-scale program that delights your stakeholders.
Who this course is for:
- This course is for managers or business studies students.
Our Promise to You
By the end of this course, you will have learned part four of Program Management Professional.
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Planning Your Component Projects Properly
Chartering Your Program’s Component Projects
Establishing Consistency Across Your Projects
Helping Your Team Members Grow
Investing In Your Relationships With Your Team
Delivering Positive Feedback
Delivering Negative Feedback
Recognizing The Efforts Of Your Team Members
Managing Your Program After Kickoff
Addressing The Risks That Threaten Your Program
Addressing Quality At The Point Of Creation
Keeping Your Program On Schedule
Understanding Your Program’s Overall Progress
Measuring The Value Your Program Delivers
Gathering The Status Of Your Program’s Component Projects
Aggregating The Performance Of Your Program
Presenting Your Program’s Status To Your Program Governance Board
The Program Manager’s Roles In Closing Component Projects
Performing Project Closure Activities
Closing Your Individual Component Projects
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