Objectives of the trainingMonitoring projects is the best way to find out what actions need to be taken to create value, but time seems to be running out. The project management office (PMO) can be THE winning solution. The project office can play many roles within a company. How will you position yours? From simple administrative follow-up to a strategic role, the project office is there to support you in realizing value!
Targeted audienceProject supervision and coordination, team leader positions
PrerequisiteParticipation in at least one project and completion of training course Project management: the new role of the project manager (GP109).
1.1 Project management principles
1.2 Performance domains
1.3 Project life cycle
2.1 Organizational structures
2.2 Project management maturity
3.1 Project prioritization
3.2 Project portfolio
4.1 Definition of a project management office
4.2 The need for a project management office
4.3 Main functions
4.4 The benefits
5.1 Project office levels
5.2 Types of project office
5.3 Project office authority
5.4 Project office activities
6.1 Organizational strategy
6.2 Portfolio management
6.3 Project management
6.4 Monitoring and control
7.1 Key success factors
7.2 Creating your Project Office implementation plan
8.2 Master schedule
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1. Presentations of the processes and each of the working tools ; 2. Applications of the method and instrumentation to a situation familiar to the participants; 3. Call for contributions from other participants and teamwork.
Type of training
- Integrate basic concepts and terminology.
- Assess your company's project management maturity.
- Define the project office implementation cycle.
- Address the major stages of implementation.
- Integrate the role of the project office into day-to-day project management.
Topics covered: portfolio, strategies,