I. Fundamental Module: The Accidental Project Manager
Technical and functional managers of today are being pressured to take on the challenges of Project Management. This program is designed to give you an accelerated understanding of the practice. The module will help you navigate and survive the transition from technical and/ or functional manager to a project manager.
This 4-day module has identified the minimum requirements that are necessary to use The Project Management Institute (PMI)® A Guide to the Management Body of Knowledge
(PMBOK® Guide) as a simple tool for project managers.
This module may be the best-designed, most easily understood project management workshop on the market today. Project managers will welcome this fresh translation of jargon into ordinary English.
Inroduction to PMBOK® Guide
Best Practices in Project Management
II. Intermediate Module: Managing Multiple Projects and Stakeholders
Leadership and Change Management
The ultimate challenge for technical and functional managers is to become the best leaders they can be. To provide them with the tools to address this challenge, this course combines Leadership Skills and Change Management Skills. It covers three areas: Personal Leadership Growth; Leadership Skills and Behavior; and Managing Change
Program Management: Managing Multiple Projects
Program Management: Managing Multiple Projects aides project managers or individuals in planning, organizing, and managing related projects called programs as well independent projects.
In today's world where success is sometimes defined by speed to market characterized by completing simultaneous tasks, program management is a platform that supports managers in properly and more effectively run development plans.
Learn about both practical and guidelines in dealing with various tasks and deliverables in this course.
Project Stakeholder Satisfaction
Actual project management will tell us that stakeholder management is one of the most crucial areas in managing overall project success. This course provides a perspective on stakeholder satisfaction that challenges, or supplements and improve existing practices.
Aligned with the PMBOK® Guide, PMs and non-PMs alike will benefit from this course as it defines Stakeholder Management and satisfaction methods that lead to successful project delivery or a successful initiative. Practical methods and techniques are discussed as well.
Organizational Project Management Maturity Model (OPM3)
While cultures and structures may influence the success rate of initiatives, the level of adoption and maturity of the organization's project management influences how these initiatives are run and are conducted. We must understand that the success of projects is reliant not solely on the skills and capabilities of the working project managers, but is also dependent on the environment where the projects are being executed, that is the organization.
Learn about levels of organizational maturity, see how you can take your organization to the next level, and improve the way your organization can execute initiatives.
III. Advanced Module: Building a High-Performance Project Organization
Many organizations seek for the link between strategy and execution. This module is designed to provide the roadmap and competencies necessary to create a successful project management organization.
In this module, we will explore how companies manage and implement strategy in a projectized environment. We also look in the model that describes how to create a high-performing project management organization.
The world of business is changing dramatically. To cope with today’s and tomorrow’s challenges, project managers have to be outward-looking, proactive, and able to think strategically. The course provides training in skills to:
I. Think conceptually and critically
II. Contribute to the company's overall effectiveness
III. Link internal factors to the company's objectives
Beyond projects are groups of projects managed centrally because of its benefits in doing so.
Portfolio Management tackles the foundations, tools, and techniques in managing portfolios of projects to help govern and manage the implementation of the strategies of the organization.
Agile Project Management
Being a project manager, you need to have a set of simple guiding practices that proved a framework within which to manage, rather than a set of rigid instructions.
Agile Project Management will enable you to implement agile methodologies including change, fluid organizations, setting limits, and most importantly - not to be just a manager, but a leader.
Setting Up a PMO for Always-On Transformation
Global research studies indicate that transformation programs fail to take root and turns out to become very risky one-time, big-time initiatives that fail to sustain and scale the changes it seeks to engrain. The PMO is one of the most critical components of a successful “Always-On Transformation.
Setting up a PMO for “Always-On Transformation” provides a compact and impactful coursework that leverages on global best practices in portfolio, program and project management. The program is delivered by one of the country's most respected expert in transformation.
As a Registered Education Provider (REP), the Ateneo Center Continuing Education (CCE) can award professional development units (PDUs) to Project Management Professionals (PMP)®.
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