Project portfolio management
Advanced Project Management Training
This course is for learners wishing to set the governance of a project portfolio.
It offers an overview of portfolio approaches based on the sharing of resources, the capitalization of feedback and the quality assurance of projects.
The course lasts 3 days (18 hours) and includes:
- Lectures and examples
- Individual exercises, group work and case studies.
Current approaches and responses to ensure project contractors that a project is manageable and that the facility, product or service is durable.
Product insurance based on the insurance of its various components: version plans and configuration plans.
Construction of project quality assurance.
Project portfolio management process and project governance.
Course level: Advanced
The course is for management professionals of important small or sub-projects and who are required to participate in the management of projects of medium-to-high complexity.
Polytechnician, Project Engineer, Highware International Advisor, Program Leader at Oxford Academics, author and teacher.
- Integrating the project into the portfolio
- Shared resource management
- Integrating user support into portfolio activity
- The support organization and the analysis of the Technical Levels of Intervention
- Practical application: analysis of operational failures to determine support
- Card demand and knowledge management
- Integrating the portfolio into a technology platform
- Integrating the version plan
- Integrating the configuration plan
- Practical application: building a configuration plan
- The construction of the PBS
- Integrating the project frameworks
- Project methodologies and quality assurance system
- Integrating the development plan
- Project quality review
- System quality review
- Practical application: the internal audit of a quality system
- Governance of the project portfolio: process, tools and organization
- Project organization
- Management deadlines
EVALUATION OF THE COURSE AT DIFFERENT LEVELS
The course is subject to an evaluation process
(from the Kirkpatrick model) at four levels:
The so-called level I evaluation that allows trainees to express their feelings at the time.
As part of the Postgraduate Highware Program in Project Engineering (IPMA - International Project Management Association), this course is subject to a knowledge evaluation (known as level II), a standardized evaluation of group work (level III), and an evaluation of acquired skills (level IV).
For intra-company tools, this evaluation can be supplemented by a Level III evaluation, where specific implementation by learners is the subject of a review conducted with the same group.
INTRA course available
Suitable for groups
Scheduled in French:
PARIS: Cancelled - Upcoming date, please consult us.
For the English realization, please, consult us.
€1,200 excluding tax (20% VAT)