Course: Programme Management Overview
This module explores Best Practice in Programme Management.
It introduces the language of Programme Management and provides an opportunity for you to explore the application of key concepts and products in Programme Management to your organisation.
Who is the qualification for?
Anyone who is already involved in a change programme or are about to be involved in delivering change as part of a programme in your work place.
Anyone whose job includes:
- project manager,
- programme manager,
- programme or project executive,
- change manager,
- programme/project office staff,
- anyone working on a change programme.
After this course you will be able to:
- Identify and list the relevant material from Best Practice that applies to governance or the programme lifecycle.
- Apply the appropriate concepts and tools from Best Practice to produce a named Programme Management governance product based on a case study or programme environment at work.
- Identify and use the appropriate Programme Management language to produce an example Programme Management product.
Assessment for C4CM modules is vocational. This means you are assessed on evidence showing how you applied the concepts, skills and tools you’ve learnt to your own working environment.
You will need to:
- Develop the purpose of the programme
- Identify key outcomes and benefits leading to a Programme Brief
- Design appropriate roles and populate them
- Outline a Blueprint
- Document key benefits
- Identify and analyse key stakeholders
Topics covered by the Course Material
- Overview and strategic context
- Roles and responsibilities
- Programme Lifecycle
- Three key documents: Vision, Blueprint, Business case
- Governance: how to run a successful programme
- Programme Information