|Short code||Starting date||Duration||Venue||Price|
|PMC 125||29/07/2019||5 Days||London||$4,500|
|PMC 125||19/08/2019||5 Days||London||$4,500|
|PMC 125||30/09/2019||5 Days||London||$4,500|
|PMC 125||07/10/2019||5 Days||London||$4,500|
|PMC 125||04/11/2019||5 Days||London||$4,500|
|PMC 125||09/12/2019||5 Days||London||$4,500|
Your organization does the work right. But does it do the right work? As a portfolio manager, your role is essential to ensuring that the answer is “Yes.” Formal portfolio management is the most effective way to implement strategic initiatives because it bridges the gap between strategy and implementation. The Portfolio Management Professional (PfMP)® signifies your advanced competency in the coordinated management of one or more portfolios to achieve strategic objectives. Organizations with mature project portfolio management practices complete 35 percent more of their programs successfully. They fail less often and waste less money according to our 2015 thought leadership report, Delivering on Strategy: “The Power of Project Portfolio Management”.
This AVEREST Portfolio Management Professional training seminar on Portfolio Management Professional introduces the concept of a portfolio approach to possible future projects and investments to help reach or maintain strategy targets. This AVEREST Project Management training course also considers the crucial role of risk management, including a risk management framework and sources of risk to meeting and maintaining a successful portfolio.
Whether you work in a Project Management Office, engage in Business development or manage a project portfolio, this course equips you with the essential knowledge and practical tools that you need to succeed in the practice of Project Portfolio Management (PPM).
Participants will receive a thorough training on the subjects covered by the professional and experienced instructor utilizing a variety of proven adult learning teaching and facilitation techniques.
This AVEREST Portfolio Management Professional training course includes teamwork around an applicable case study, with group discussion and critical analysis of portfolio stakeholders, processes, and portfolio context.
Who Should Attend?
Day 1: Introduction To Portfolio And Portfolio Management
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