Project / Program Management<br> Maturity Model

Project / Program Management
Maturity Model

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Project / Program Management Maturity Model
Who may attend this class?

This instructor-led training class is particularly suited for the Project Managers, Resource Managers, Program Managers, and Portfolio Managers with a PMP credential. This class is delivered Live Online.

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Instructor: Mo Haque, MSEE, MSEE, PMP, PMI-ACP, PMI-PBA, CMfgT, EDMP.

The Project / Program Management Maturity Model is designed to provide a wide range of benefits to organizations, senior management, and those engaged in project management practices.

Class Objectives
1. Strengthen the link between strategic planning and execution, so project and program outcomes are predictable, reliable, consistent, and align with organizational strategic goals and objectives.
2. Identify the best practices which support the implementation of organizational strategies through successful projects & programs
3. Recognize the specific capabilities which make up the “best processes,” and the dependencies among those capabilities and the maturity model.
4. Evaluate, prioritize, and implement processes after performing an assessment of project management maturity in the organization.

Class Requirements
1. Participants must have Project Management Professional Certification (PMP)


1. Class Overview
This section provides an overview of the foundational concepts of organizational project management (OPM) and OPM#.4 1.1 Introduction
1.2. Purpose of OPM3
1.3 What is OPM?
1.4. What is OPM3?
1.5 Relationships among Portfolio, Program, and Project Management
1.6 Business Values
1.7. Stakeholders

2. Foundational Concepts
This section sets the stage for applying OPM3. It takes an in-depth look at the OPM3 model, domains, the organizational project management.
2.1 Organizational Project Management
2.2 Investing in OPM
2.3 Organizational Life Cycles
2.4. 2.4 Organizational Project and Program Management Maturity Model (OPM3)

3. The Organizational Project Management Maturity Model (OPM3)
This section considers the foundation of OPM3, describes two core components of the standard: the OPM3 Construct and the OPM3 framework. 3.1 Introduction
3.2 The OPM3 Construct
3.3 OPM3 Framework
3.4 OPM3 Application
3.5 OPM3 Scoring Methods
3.6 OPM3 Best Practices List

4. Acquire Knowledge
This section guides the discovery and preparation process prior to performing an assessment within a business environment. 4.1 Understand OPM
4.2 Understand the Organization
4.3 Assess Change Readiness

5. Perform Assessment
This section guides the plan and execution process before, during, and after performing an assessment. This section outlines the essential inputs, outputs, and tools and techniques. 5.1 Establish Plan
5.3 Conduct Assessment
5.4 Key Performance Indicators

6. 6. Manage Improvement
This section guides the evaluation, prioritization, and implementation processes after performing an assessment. 6.1 Create Recommendations
6.3 Implement Improvement Initiatives
6.4 Measure Results
6.5 Manage Change

*Standardize, Measure, Control, and Continuously Improve (SMCI)

What You Will Receive

• Digital Class Content)
• 35 hours of training
• Certificate of completion
• Expert instructor