Introduction to Program Management - 2.0 hours/PDUs
Introduction to Program Management
Overview/Description Target Audience
Project managers are often tasked with managing multiple concurrent projects - but what about managing multiple programs? When in a program environment, the processes differ from traditional project management. This course explains the key terms and themes of program management. It also introduces theories that are recognized as successful methods of managing programs.
This course is aligned with "A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge" (PMBOK® Guide) - Third Edition, published by the Project Management Institute (PMI®), Inc., 2004. Copyright and all rights reserved. Material from this publication has been reproduced with the permission of PMI®.
Program managers who are seeking to further their program management skills to more advanced levels
Lesson Overview recognize the importance of programs and program management in organizational success
Portfolios, Programs, and Projects distinguish between examples of portfolios, programs, and projects define a portfolio, program, and project
Program and Project Management distinguish between portfolio, program, and project management
Lesson Overview recognize how understanding program management, organizational planning, and themes will help your programs succeed
Program Management in Organizational Planning match descriptions to the processes within the Planning process group
Benefits Management recognize how to manage program benefits using a benefits management approach
Program Stakeholder Management recognize key program stakeholders in a given scenario
Program Governance recognize the functions of the program board in a given scenario
Course Number: proj_02_a01_bs_enus