This workshop will provide senior managers and others responsible for the direction and governance of projects, programs and portfolios with the resources need to be effective in this role. The workshop is built around ISO 21505 Project, programme and portfolio management - Guidance on governance, and the APM GoPM workbook - Directing Change, a guide to governance of project management, published by the Association for Project Management, UK. Supporting information is drawn from a wide range of international resources.
Governance and management are different concepts, the role of governance is to set 'the rules' and objectives for an organisation or entity, the role of management is to work within the 'rules' to achieve the objectives. Attendees will work through the six functions of governance defined by Dr. Lynda Bourne and understand how these interact with the five functions of management defined by Henri Fayol.
Who should attend: Senior Managers and project/program Sponsors.
The objective of the module is to provide senior managers with an overview of the principles of effective project governance, the quantifiable benefits obtained from effective project governance (based on work by KPMG and PWC), and a tool kit/reference system that can be used to source relevant information when needed in the future.
GoPM defines the 11 key principles of an effective governance system covered in this workshop:-
This workshop describes the context in which the governance of projects, programmes and portfolios is conducted and provides guidance for their governance. It is intended for governing bodies and executive and senior management who influence, impact or make decisions regarding the governance of projects, programmes and portfolios. It is also intended to provide guidance to those who direct projects, programmes and portfolios, such as sponsors, steering committees, portfolio owners and the project management office. The workshop is intended to work as an interactive two-way discussion forum for the exchange on knowledge. This workshop can be combined with either our Advanced Project Management Master Class or Successful Project Sponsorship - The critical role of the Senior Responsible Owner
The workshop demonstrates typical outputs from project and program management systems that support the achievement of the GoPM principles. The ‘typical conforming systems / outputs’ are drawn from several sources.
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PMI PDUs. Attendees at Mosaic's project management
workshops earn 1 PDU per hour of teaching time (typically 6
PDUs per day). The breakdown of PDUs across the PMI Talent
Triangle® depends on the modules selected for inclusion in the
course - the PDUs to be earned are agreed during the course
design phase and are included on your individual course
attendance certificates. See more on the PMI Talent Triangle®.
AIPM CPD. Attendees at Mosaic's project management
workshops earn points based on the AIPM CPD points table
current at the date of the course, currently you earn 2 points
per hour to a maximum of 20 per course (B08 - Knowledge): see more on the AIPM website.
Other CPD requirements. Mosaic retains details of courses and attendees to support CPD claims in most organisations and we are happy to work with you to ensure you can claim your entitlements.