Program Management made simple

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EXPERT course: 19 self e-learning modules

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Module 0: Overview of the PgMP® certification

This module provides an overview of the PgMP® exam process, of the potential audits and assessments performed by PMI. It also provides information  about the exam itself. This course also provides a list of the artifacts to be produced at each step of the process

 

Module 1: General Introduction of the online Expert package

The Expert package is composed of the self e-learning Expert course (19 modules) + coaching sessions

 

Module 2: Program Management Fundamentals

The goal of this module is to answer the following questions: What is a program, and what is program management?

It also highlights the major differences between program management and project management, and between program management

and portfolio management. Interactions between them and the notion of business value are then introduced

 

Module 3: The Standard for Program Management – Fourth Edition

This module provides an overview of the Standard for Program Management - Fourth Edition, issued by PMI
After defining the program manager's role, it details the five performance domains of program management, and explains their relationships 
with activities and artifacts


Module 4: Examination Content Outline (ECO), Part 1

This module shows a description of the five performance domains which represent the current good practices in program management
For each domain, the ECO provides an exhaustive list of tasks which are essential aspects of the program manager's duties.
This module also presents a list of program management artifacts, and gives clues and tips in order to be ready for the exam

Module 5: Program Life Cycle (PLC)

This module provides detailed information about ECO Domain II - the Program Life Cycle (PLC):
Definition, decomposition into phases, relationships with other domains, and related key artifacts

Module 6: Program management activities

This presentation introduces the Program Life Cycle activities described in sections 7 and 8 of the standard

Module 7: Strategy alignment

This module provides information related to chapter 3 of the standard

Programs need to be aligned and remained aligned to the company strategic objectives 

 

Module 8:  Benefits management

This module provides information related to chapter 4 of the standard

The purpose of programs is to generate benefits! 

 

Module 9: Stakeholders engagement

This module is related to chapter 5 of the standard:
Identify stakeholders and their engagement at program level, manage their expectations, and keep stakeholders engaged!

Module 10: Governance

This module is related to chapter 6 of the standard and provides detailed explanations about:
Governance, Governance board, Governance roles and responsibilities

 

Module 11: Initiating 

This module is the first one of a series of modules related to the ECO tasks and to activities which must be performed during the Program Life Cycle (PLC), in order to be successful. This module describes the activities related to ‘initiating the program’, in relationship with the tasks listed in the ECO and with the PLC phases

 

Module 12: Planning 

This module describes the activities related to ‘planning the program’, in relationship with the tasks listed in the ECO and with the PLC phases

 

Module 13: Executing 

This module describes the activities related to 'executing the program', in relationship with the tasks listed in the ECO, and with the PLC phases

 

Module 14: Controlling 

This module describes the activities related to ’controlling the program’ in relationship with the tasks listed in the ECO, and with the PLC phases

 

Module 15: Closing 

This module describes the activities related to ’closing the program’ in relationship with the tasks listed in the ECO, and with the PLC phases

 

Module 16: From ECO Tasks to standard Activities

This module presents the relationships between ECO tasks and activities described in the standard

 

Module 17: Memory Jogger 

This module is a recap of the main program management artifacts and terms: management plans, formulae, definitions, common mistakes, and important documents

 

Module 18: ECO, Part 2 

This module is our interpretation of how ECO tasks should be performed by the program management team in each performance domain

 

 

 

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