- Explain what a program is.
- Describe what a program manager does.
- Name the purpose a vision statement serves.
- Summarize how to know when a program ends.
- Cite the role of program financial management in creating a budget.
Skill Level Intermediate
- Program management is a rapidly emerging profession fulfilling a key need to be founding companies both big and small. I'm Mike Boyle, based in Vienna Austria, and I've been in industry for over 30 years on both sides of the Atlantic. In this course we will cover what program management is, and what a program manager does. I'll cover the difference between a project, program, and portfolio. This helps you to better understand the importance of your program. We then move on to look at the program life cycles, looking to see how programs are structured.
We cover how your program stays in line with strategic objectives and how you navigate the changes that come your way. The program manager delivers benefits to the organization. We start in defining what benefits are, where they come from, and how you ensure the organizational needs have not changed, all part of this course. So, come on board. We're ready to start.
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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