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Project Management Institute: Program Management Professional - Part Two
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1h 13m

This course is designed for those interested to learn more about Program Management Professional certification to create a detailed plan for your program, which can be used to set your team up for success all the way through your program lifecycle.

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1h 13m


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About This Course

Planning for the execution of a large-scale program involves the creation of a thorough plan for each of the component projects that will comprise your overarching program. You’ll learn the foundational knowledge to plan the execution of your program to the level necessary to ensure a successful outcome. 

First, you’ll discover how to create a detailed work breakdown structure for your entire program. Next, you’ll explore how to combine the schedules for each of your component projects into a single overarching program schedule. Finally, you’ll learn how to define the exit criteria for a successful program to align the expectations of your stakeholders and to help alert you if your program begins to veer off track. 

When you’re finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of program-level planning needed to help start your program off on the right foot.

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 two of Program Management Professional.

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Course Curriculum

Section 1 - Introduction
Introduction 00:00:00
Assembling The Program Team 00:00:00
Reviewing The Program Charter 00:00:00
Reviewing The Program Roadmap 00:00:00
Creating Accountability Across Your Team 00:00:00
Defining The Success Criteria For Each Project 00:00:00
Section 2 - Creating The Work Breakdown Structure
Understanding The Work Breakdown Structure 00:00:00
Better Defining The Scope Of The Customer Apps 00:00:00
Illuminating The Scope Of The Claims Processing Portal 00:00:00
Creating A Detailed Program Scope Statement For The Vendor Portal 00:00:00
Creating A WBS From The Detailed Scope Statement 00:00:00
Section 3 - Creating Your Program Schedule
Getting The Most From Your Program Schedule 00:00:00
Creating Your Project Schedules 00:00:00
Creating A Combined Program Schedule 00:00:00
Keeping Your Program Schedule Under Control 00:00:00
Section 4 - Sharing Knowledge Across Your Team
Understanding The Knowledge Your Program Will Create 00:00:00
Establishing The Need For A PMIS 00:00:00
Creating an Escalation Path 00:00:00
Defining Your Escalation Process 00:00:00
Section 5 - Defining An Exit Plan For Your Program
Planning For Your Program’s Future 00:00:00
Defining The Criteria For A Successful Program 00:00:00
Communicating Your Progress 00:00:00
Planning For Your Program’s Eventual Transition 00:00:00

Course Review


1 Ratings
  1. Anonymous
    Alison Pfannenstein March 28, 2021 at 06:38 AM

    Good content


    The course has good content presented within it, with nice videos that keep your attention and a sample program carried over from part 1 of this series to engage with. However, the last section seemed like the course company gave up where it is four PDFs with narratives back to back.


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