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Management of Portfolio® Practitioner

 

 

 

MoP® is a [registered] trade mark of AXELOS Limited, used under permission of AXELOS Limited. The swirl logo™ is a trade mark of AXELOS Limited, used under permission of AXELOS Limited. All rights reserved

This course is ideal for any staff involved in Portfolio management roles who wish to gain an understanding of best practice, as well as a qualification, for example:

  • Portfolio sponsors, owners and company directors
  • Portfolio managers and directors
  • Portfolio office managers and support staff
  • Programme and project sponsors
  • Programme managers
  • Business change managers
  • Operational managers involved in portfolios and programmes

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*eLearning duration is approximately six hours
**In-House duration is two days

Course Introduction:

Portfolio Management is defined as a co-ordinated collection of strategic processes and decisions that together enable the most effective balance of organisational change and business as usual.  Management of Portfolios (MoP®) approaches the management of change projects and programmes from a strategic viewpoint.  It provides an overview of all change activities including what is in the portfolio, what it is costing, what risks are faced, what progress is being made, and what the impact is on business as usual and the organisation’s strategic objectives.

Course Benefits:

For individuals:

  • Application of MoP® common vocabulary
  • Increased confidence in real world application
  • Thorough knowledge of the MoP® methodology at theory and application level
  • Ability to apply MoP® to scenarios and real world situations
  • Ability to explain the benefits
  • Option to sit the exam online (eLearning)

For organisation:

  • More of the 'right' programmes and projects being undertaken in terms of greater financial benefits and measurable contribution to strategic objectives, removal of redundant and duplicate programmes and projects
  • More effective implementation of programmes and projects via management of the project developement pipeline, dependencies and constraints; and redirecting resources when programmes and projects to do deliver or are no longer making a sufficient strategic contribution, thus more efficient resource utilisation
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