The Program Management: Managing Several Projects
October 11, 2021 - October 29, 2021
Live sessions via Zoom
October 15, 22, & 29, 2021
1:00 PM – 3:00 PM
All asynchronous learning materials may be accessed via AteneoBlueCloud
All videos for the week must be viewed before the live session
Graded activities will be discussed during the workshop sessions, but due in 2 weeks from their scheduled start.
3 weeks self-paced with Friday live sessions
Equivalent to 2 days/14 hours Face-to-face
Equivalent to 13 PDUs
Early Eagle Rate:
September 27, 2021
Be in charge! Very few of us manage just one project at a time. Organizations over the world seeks to improve the way it manages several related projects. This is an applied course that meticulously cover the key concepts and theories derived from best practice standards in program management. The process of managing several related projects, whether it be common goals or common resources or both, this course seeks to show the way how to manage and improve the organization’s capabilities in managing many projects.
Gain access to well-illustrated and business-tested forms, charts, logs, tables, and worksheets - everything project managers need to crash, level, analyze, plan, and control tasks. Increase your creative success through class activities designed to teach tips, shortcuts, and tricks of the program management trade.
This is a 3-week applied, Project Management course.
After the course, you will:
Differentiate between projects, programs, and portfolios.
Understand the different functions of the project manager, program manager, and the PMO.
Identify different strategies in program management.
Week 1: Introduction to MMP & Program Management
A. Program Management Reference Standards
B. Stages of Project Development & Knowledge Areas
C. The 5 Process Groups
D. What is a Program?
E. Program Management
F. Project Management vs Portfolio Management
G. The Program Manager & The Program Life Cycle
H. Program Life Cycle Continued
I. Knowledge Areas of a Program Manager
J. Stakeholder Management & Program Governance
Week 2: Project Management Office (PMO)
A. Project Management Office
B. Establishing a PMO
C. Cultural Impact of PMO's in an Organization
D. PMO's as Cultural Change Agents
Week 3: Project Strategies
A. Recap and Common Mistakes in MMP
B. Delegating Work
C. Delegation Stressors & Enhancing Project Communications
D. Perception Filters & Becoming a Project Leader
Mr. Mario Domingo is the Director of the Ateneo Institute for Digital Enterprises where he helps share his knowledge in digital transformation and innovation. He has helped several companies through their Digital Transformation over the years.
He is the Group CTO of Chi-X Asia-Pacific Holdings, Ltd, a Hong Kong conglomerate of market centers operating equities exchanges in Australia and Japan. He is also president of Chi-X Global Technology Philippines, Inc. A low-latency, high-frequency trading platform technology and operations FinTech company he built from the ground up. Today, over USD$1.5 Billion in trades are managed by the highly regulated system and is the only one of its kind in the Philippines.
He is the founder of several technology companies in Singapore and the Philippines in the areas of Artificial Intelligence and Advanced Analytics. He is also the founder of DARC Labs, an AI-healthcare tech R&D center where they work on imaging and genomics diagnostics.
He spent many years in telecom and the defense and manufacturing technologies in the United States.
Mr. Domingo has a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, a Major in Finance, and a Master's degree in Finance and Applied Economics from the University of Southern California, USA.