Programs often fail to achieve desired outcomes due to a combination of people, process, and communication factors. Learn to alleviate this problem with mature Program Management practices
Review how programs are established as investments designed to pursue organizational goals and objectives, and how they provide a framework for project management and execution
Develop an understanding of the “3 Ps” – Portfolios, Programs, and Projects - including the purpose of each, how they are interdependent, and how each differs from the others.
Identify and learn how to manage the four phases of the program life cycle – Pre-Program Preparation, Program Initiation, Delivery of Program Benefits, and Program Closure.
Discover reasons why programs fail and how a mature Program Management Office will assess program risk and complexity levels and “right-size” its activities to mitigate program failure.