PMI/Project Portfolio Management

Project Portfolio Management Certification Training Course Overview

In Project Portfolio Management (PPM) certification course you will learn what it takes to maximize the number & strategic value of the projects that your association completes. This course is intended for any individual who involved in the development & execution of organizational strategies.

Audience:
 
  • Senior Executives
  • Portfolio Managers
  • Project Managers
  • Program Managers
  • Operational Managers
  • Project Team Members

Project Portfolio Management (24 Hours) Download Course Contents

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Course Prerequisites
  • IT Project Management
  • Project Management Fundamentals

After completion of this course; you will learn following:

  • Differentiate project portfolio management from other administration disciplines
  • Relate projects to an association's strategic objectives
  • Clarify what is associated in project prioritization in large, complex organizations
  • Create and apply a project prioritization model that incorporates the many & varied aspects of project value
  • Prioritize projects based on their strategic value
  • Schedule projects based on strategic priorities so as to maximize the benefits derived from an organization's ability to complete projects
  • Expand the volume of projects that can be completed by developing defensive capacity of non-limiting resources
  • Boost the estimation of projects that are completed by ensuring the right projects are being completed in the right order
  • Streamline the portfolio management process by focusing management attention on the bottlenecks to project completion
  • Relate portfolio management accomplishment to the contribution made by the Project Management Office