Managing Multiple Projects is a two-day, instructor-led, learning session designed to introduce attendees to better practices, processes, and techniques that will help the project management practitioner do a better job of leading, monitoring, and controlling multiple projects and programs.
Global competition, corporate “right-sizing”, and a growing project-based economic model require organizations to “do more with less.” Project management practitioners have learned that these shifts in the economy affect the project management discipline as much – if not more than – as any other functional area. More than ever before, project team members are required to not only take on more responsibilities in existing projects, but also engage in more projects in the same amount of time.
This course will benefit project managers or key stakeholders involved with and tasked with leading or participating in multiple projects.
From Project to Portfolio View
- Components in the Organization
- Process Interactions
- Multiple Project Challenges
- Planning for Multiple Projects
Identification and Categorization
Prioritizing and Balancing
- Stakeholder Assessment
- Project Constraints
- Component Relationships
Monitoring, Controlling, and Reporting
- Communications Plan
- Milestone Plan
- Risks Across Projects
- Financial Reporting