Portfolio, Program, and PMO

"It Takes Two to Tango!

Portfolio Management is about doing the right things.

Project Management is about doing things right.

~Dr. Saadi Adra
Founder and CEO of ADVISORS

Portfolio Management for Vision Realization

This workshop addresses how to identify, monitor, document and balance crucial information for the successful management of projects.

It also covers the development of a baseline for the project that will allow the efficient compilation and the timely generation of performance comparisons.

This workshop includes showcasing of a selected list from case studies covering the following:

Public-Private-Partnership for Power-Utilities
Manufacturing Oasis
National Capacity Building Program
Setup of a VRO-PMO ministry relationship
Oil & Gas Portfolio
Municipalities Portfolio
Healthcare Portfolio

Managing Successful Programs

a PgMP® Approach

"AXELOS defines program management as:
'the action of carrying out the coordinated organization, direction and implementation of a dossier of projects and transformation activities (i.e. the program)
to achieve outcomes and realize benefits of strategic importance to the business."

Programs are setup, managed and operated to produce benefits for the government, society, environment and individual beneficiaries. They establish operations units or organizations that sustain operations far after the programs are over.

Often, programs do manage change and transform existing organizations to cope with the expectations of their beneficiaries.

Re-Inventing the Project Management Office (PMO)

This workshop presents a practical approach to PMO Improvements that will enhance the chances of completing the improvements successfully.

Topics that will be discussed throughout this course are: The identification of risks and delays, project resource conflicts, managing multiple projects, throughput, behavioral management and other critical areas everyone involved in Project Management should learn in order to deliver value to their organization.

Case studies and practice sessions help participants learn from each other successful practices, Identify how to apply these practices up, across, and down the organization, especially in politically-charged situations.

No Clients; Only Partners