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P3O®, Foundation, certification Training
Portfolio, Programme and Project Office
- Participants / Prerequisite
P3O® is a model for the implementation and management of a "project office" or PMO. This course will introduce you to the tools and techniques as well as associated implementation approach. It will allow you to obtain Foundation P3O® certification.
- Ensure consistent delivery of projects and programmes and meet business objectives through effect use of resources
- Develop capability, capacity and risk models to suit the organizational maturity culture
- Help identify potential opportunities to be realized, exploited or enhanced as part of risk analysis
- Improve organizational accountability, decision making, transparency and visibility
- Project management, program management, portfolios management. Definitions. Differences.
- Context. Business strategy. Portfolio lifecycle, program and project.
- P3O®, the support role.
Exchanges on the role of the P3O® support.
- Opportunities and goals of a P3O®. Value creation of a P3O® in an organization.
- The value matrix. Measure the success of projects and programs, as specified by P3O®.
Examples of relevant indicators for measuring success.
- Organizational models. Permanent office, temporary and virtual office. The case of small organizations.
- Functional areas.
- Supported functions and services. Choice of organizational model and its integration.
- Good practices of responsibility definition for each model. Model Maturity and evolution.
Choose a model from the context and goals of an organization.
- Skills required of P3O® management and portfolio management team.
- Recruiting officers.
- The cross functional roles and specific management roles.
On a given situation, identify the best possible distribution of roles.
- Key strategic benefits and success factors for the development of tools.
- Adaptation of tools at different levels.
- Organization. The information portals and workshops. Human Resource Management.
Choosing appropriate tools.
- Define the vision. Identify stakeholders.
- Define the Blueprint: processes, organization decisions, tools, information flows.
- Manage risks. The "temporary office" lifecycle.
Define the content of the Blueprint.