(APM) Project Governance

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Project Governance is a 140 minute on-line learning module that covers all aspects of project governance as defined by The Association for Project Management (APM Body of Knowledge V6). The APM defines project governance as the set of policies, regulations, functions, processes, procedures and responsibilities that define the establishment, management and control of projects, programmes and portfolios.

2 CPD points

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Product Description

Project Governance is a 140 minute on-line learning module that covers all aspects of project governance as defined by The Association for Project Management (APM Body of Knowledge V6). The APM defines project governance as the set of policies, regulations, functions, processes, procedures and responsibilities that define the establishment, management and control of projects, programmes and portfolios.

Using an interactive case study and engaging content the learner is guided through:

• Introduction to Project Governance
• Governance & Strategic Management
• Project Sponsorship
• Governance in a Portfolio of Projects
• Governance & The Project Lifecycle
• The Project Organisation
• Operations Management & Governance
• Knowledge Management & Governance
• Project, Programme & Portfolio distinctions (P3)

Who is it aimed at?

The Project Governance Module is aimed at all those who need an appreciation of project governance and its role in delivering successful projects in a repeatable way. Project Governance provides an essential framework for all project activities and is therefore important for all those working in, or interfacing with, projects.

Benefits

At the end of the module the learner will understand the role and scope of project governance and its application throughout a project lifecycle. The module also provides the project governance content required for those planning to work towards a professional qualification.

2 PMI PDU Points
2 APM CPD Points

If you can’t describe what you are doing as a process, you don’t know what you’re doing. — W. Edwards Deming