Program Management

Understanding the benefits and savings that result from managing projects in a structured program.

The course has an integrated approach which helps participants to understand the full life cycle of a program as it identifies the success factors and shows the alignment between projects in the program.

The participants will understand how to structure a business case, how to initiate and plan a program, as well as monitoring the results/benefits using the PMI’s best practices of Standard of Program Management and OCG’s Management of Successful Programs (PRINCE2)

Scope of work

  • Differentiate between projects, programs and portfolios
  • Define the tactical and strategic benefits of a program
  • Understand a program structure
  • Manage benefits shared among projects
  • Define the roles and responsibilities of a program manager
  • Define and structure metrics for results
  • Identify and solve problems in allocating resources between projects within the program
  • Create and manage the communication plan
  • Identify the main causes of change to unable change control to be effected in the program

Fact sheet

Estimated duration

16 hours

Target audience

Program managers, project team members, portfolio managers and others stakeholders interested in the program management process.

Requirements

Desirable project management knowledge.

Languages

Portuguese, English and Spanish

Number of PDU Provided

16

Professional Development Units (PDUs) are the measuring units issued by the Project Management Institute for the credential holders.

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