June 12 through 16, 2017
Join PMO pioneer and program and portfolio management thought leader Bill Stewart as he provides you with advanced skills, tools, and techniques for successfully initiating and executing programs and portfolios of any size and complexity. You will plan a program to transform your organization to successfully support project, program and portfolio management. You will learn how to link projects and program to strategic initiatives, prioritize them, establish and facilitate governance committees, balance portfolios, monitor interfaces between projects, programs and portfolios, manage resource capacity, develop heat map and establish and manage a stage gating process. You will learn practical and proven techniques for communicating with and managing sponsors, executives and steering committees and as a program manager, develop and lead a team of disciplined and talented project managers. You will leave this training with a CD containing a comprehensive set of program and portfolio management templates and tools, a portfolio prioritization tool, tips and techniques that you can immediately apply when you return to your organization.
Hours for the training are 9am to 5pm Monday through Thursday and 9am to 1pm on Friday.
Contact Kristin Vasey for any questions you might have and/or to ask about Corporate and PMI discounts. email@example.com or 678-325-1100.
“I found your teachings and insight to be invaluable. From top to bottom, the PPMC was well worth the time and investment!”
Paul Kandel, Strategic Portfolio Management
If you want to rapidly mature your leadership skills in managing programs and portfolios, the Program and Portfolio Management advanced certification is for you. Developed over 10 years ago by program and portfolio thought-leader Bill Stewart, this experiential based training program has been providing professionals with the tools, techniques, experience and skills to successfully lead large programs and portfolios. Graduates of this program have gone on to become EPMO Directors, CIOs, and COOs.