In today's complex organizations, the ability to realize business strategy depends on the successful execution of a number on connected projects. While the effective management of individual projects is crucial, it is not necessarily enough to create a product or service that meets its strategic business objective.

 

As organizations expand and product and service development efforts become increasingly complex, the need for a dedicated program management function emerges. Program management connects the execution of projects to the business strategy driving the need for the projects, and ensures that the right business decisions are being made along the way.  The result is a significantly improved capability that will help you scale from singe project execution to an integrated, multi-project approach that consistently leads to improved product, service and business success.

Our instructors, Russ Martinelli and Tim Rahschulte will share with you the principles, methods, tips and techniques required to successfully introduce or advance the program management capability in your organization.  Key learning objectives are:

˃ The key differences and relationship between project, program, and portfolio management
˃ How to align high-impact programs and their associated projects to your business and innovation strategies
˃ How to structure a program into a set of interdependent projects
˃ How to integrate the work of multiple project teams
˃ To use best-practice processes, tools and metrics to ensure program and business success
˃ The role of the program manager and unique skills required to succeed
> Establishing and maturing a PMO


For a full-detailed agenda go to this link:  The Program Management Academy is a Registered Education Provider (REP) for Project Management Institute. 

14 PDU's can be earned after attending this course.

 

Workshop Fee:  $990 (includes registration, materials, lunches, and networking reception)


For more information go to our website:  www.programmanagement-academy.com  

 

Early Bird Discount Ends January 31, 2014 -  register today!