Join Michael Boyle for an in-depth discussion in this video Who is this course for?, part of Learning Program Management.
- If you are a project manager and are looking to have a more strategic position within your company, this course is for you. Perhaps you might already be performing program management duties, but the company you work for uses different terms. Don't laugh, I was a program manager for a number of years without even knowing it. Maybe you are a manager who is struggling getting the project benefits to last after project closure. This is something that a program manager is directly responsible for. Maybe you are running across issues tied to projects being integrated to reach a common goal.
If so, then this course is exactly right for you. I love what I do and I cannot wait to tell you all about it, so join me on this quest.
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- 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
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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