Scheduled Dates: 26 – 30 March, 25 –29 June, 24 – 28 Sep, 24 –28 Dec
Duration: 1 week
Venue: Clarion Hotel Nairobi
In many organizations in our fast -paced-technology-intensive world, “just do it” is a way of life. Managers believe they can’t afford the time it takes to practice good project management. However, it has become increasingly important that we manage and control our work and our businesses more efficiently.
Organizations are turning to project management to help them plan and control their businesses. As a result, Project Management is recognized as one of the fastest growing professions today.
This course provides the basics for project managers by introducing essential project management concepts and methods. Through discussion, workshops and real world examples, participants learn how to identify project components, organize them effectively and control the project from the earliest steps of developing the project charter through the final steps of a project-documenting lessons learned.
• Understand and articulate the importance of Program Management in any business project.
• Clearly define program objectives
• Create a program Work Breakdown Structure
• Develop a manageable program schedule
• Understand scope creep and change control
• Use tools and techniques to manage a program during execution
• Professionals seeking advancement in their Business Analysis career
• New Project Managers
• Experienced Project Managers looking to update their skills
• Project team members
• Managers interested in learning about Project Management
Program Concepts ▪ Defining project, program, and portfolio management ▪ Contrasting the relationship between project, program, and portfolio management ▪ Benefits of these concepts ▪ Factors for success in program management ▪ Factors for success in portfolio management
Program Management Life Cycle and Pre-Program Preparations ▪ Typical program management life cycle overview ▪ Phase gate process ▪ Pre-program preparations
Program Initiation ▪ Program charter ▪ Key factors to proceed ▪ Program manager role and skills ▪ Program governance
Stakeholder Management ▪ Key stakeholders in program management ▪ Four key steps in program stakeholder management ▪ Stakeholder register
Initial Program Setup ▪ Program management planning ▪ Program roadmap ▪ Benefits realization plan ▪ Detailed planning process steps ▪ Program scope ▪ Program goals and objectives ▪ Program governance structure ▪ Program infrastructure development ▪ Program architecture development ▪ Program work breakdown structure development ▪ Program schedule development
Completing Program Setup ▪ Program Risk Management ▪ Other Planning Required in Program Setup ▪ Program setup phase gate approval
Delivery of Program Benefits ▪ Authorize and monitor projects ▪ Administer program procurements ▪ Communications and coordination ▪ Change management ▪ Performance measurements ▪ Program level issue management ▪ Escalation actions ▪ Program benefits realization ▪ Direct and manage program execution ▪ Monitor and control the program ▪ Manage program issues ▪ Program governance oversight ▪ Manage program benefits ▪ Program completion
Program Closure ▪ Key activities ▪ Timing of project closures
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