- The portfolio management framework: the link between organizational strategy, portfolios and projects; portfolio vs. program vs. project management
- Building the portfolio: defining organizational and project benefits, resources and risks; selecting the right mix of projects to support company strategy; doing the right projects at the right time and with the right resources; maintaining a pipeline of projects
- Managing the portfolio: monitoring planned outcomes, using warning systems, conducting quality and risk reviews, defining resource allocation, constraints and trade-offs throughout the organization, managing politics, prioritizing existing vs. new projects
- Developing a structured portfolio process and establishing governance: components of disciplined portfolio management; customizing the approach to suit your organization, integrating your portfolio with other portfolios, fostering continuous process improvement, establishing effective portfolio governance
You will be grouped into teams that will work together in real-world project environments. Each team will use the techniques presented in the workshop, enabling you to experience the process of collaborative planning firsthand.
As part of the workshop, you will receive 13 PMI® Professional Development Units (PDUs).
“Project Portfolio Management provides project portfolio managers with the tools to ensure alignment of projects with organizational strategy as well as to communicate project details and manage projects holistically."
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