Join Michael Boyle for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Program Management Foundations.
- Thanks for joining us on this course.…We covered a lot, but there is so much…more to learn about program management.…For further learning, I recommend the following resources.…First, be sure to look at the Project Management…Institute website, I've included a link here.…Since this course was based on the PMI standard,…you are already halfway there to becoming certified.…Also, a book I can recommend is Program Management:…A Life Cycle Approach by Ginger Levin,…where she interviews over 20 program managers…to describe their views on the program lifecycle.…
The book goes into detail on topics…that we covered in this course.…Enjoy, and good luck.…
- What is program management?
- Who are program managers?
- Program versus project
- Program life-cycle phases
- Aligning programs to an organization's strategies
- Analyzing needs and planning programs
- Delivering and sustaining benefits from programs
- Working with program stakeholders
- Supporting program governance activities
- Managing program finances and resources
- Scheduling programs
- Managing program scope and quality
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Getting to Know Program Management
2. Program Management Performance Domains
3. Program Strategy Alignment
4. Program Benefits Management
5. Program Stakeholder Engagement
6. Program Governance
7. Program Life Cycle Management
8. Program Management Supporting Processes
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