Duration: 3 days
Group discounts available.
Associate degree, or global equivalent, plus 1-3 years of information and management systems experience.
When we talk about enterprise project management, we’re talking about the processes organizations use to initiate, plan, monitor and control, track and close projects. We also include processes to prioritize projects and allocate resources to them. Quite simply, enterprise project management is an organization’s way of doing projects. That priority allows the important strategic projects to get first claim on the organization’s resources. Projects with a lower priority have to wait until the high priority projects have the resources they need. The organization should also have processes that project managers and sponsors follow as they plan, schedule and track their projects. That gives the organization’s enterprise project management consistent language, plans and reports. It allows everyone to work together more effectively.
• Adopting consistent project management methods and processes across the organization
• Scaling or tailoring the PM process based on project type, size, risk, complexity or other factors
• Establishing an enterprise-level Project Management Office (ePMO) to establish and support standard processes and tools, and to establish a unified framework for enterprise project reporting and resource/cost analysis
• Establishing a project life-cycle model and stage-gate processes to guide and control projects through the life cycle
• Selecting and deploying enterprise level project management tools to promote consistency and support project data integration
Who Should Attend
Managers, team leaders, supervisors and functional managers.
Method of Delivery
• Onsite/Live class instructions or Online web seminar
• Open discussion
• Case studies