Why do companies like Apple, Microsoft, Procter & Gamble and Johnson & Johnson manage to deliver successful products to the markets year after year? And why do the majority of other organizations can’t replicate their success no matter how hard they try? This workshop is dedicated to the complicated and somewhat enigmatic topic of delivering successful products and services to the marketplace by selecting the best projects for implementation, proper assessment of the company’s throughput capacity and having a good grasp on project management.
Why You Should Attend?
Recent studies indicate that only 32% of our projects can be considered successful, while 44% are challenged (i.e. grossly over the budget and/or late) and 24% are outright failures (i.e. cancelled by the customers before they are even completed). Further research shows that the lion’s share of this lack of success can be attributed to poor requirements elicitation, insufficient planning and inadequate project control.
This course will demonstrate to the participants how to perform these tasks properly and efficiently by teaching them skills, tools, techniques and economic principles that transcend various company structures, environments and project management philosophies.
Who Should Attend?
Senior executives, project management and marketing professionals including:
- CEOs, COOs, CTOs, CIOs etc.
- Project and program managers
- Functional department directors and managers
- Sales and Marketing people
- Account executives
- Directors of PMO
- Directors of Project Management,
- Portfolio Managers, etc.
- Introduction to Project Portfolio Management
- Maximizing Portfolio Value
- Balancing the Project Mix
- Linking Portfolio to Strategy
- Implementing Project Portfolio Management
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