The Portfolio Knowledge Areas are learned

Excellent! Hard work has been done; all the Knowledge Areas have been studied and checked by passing exams. Now it is time to look at your knowledge in another dimension – begin to pass tasks on the Life Cycle. If you still have difficulties in training, uncertainty, feel gaps in your knowledge, have unsolved questions, Read more about The Portfolio Knowledge Areas are learned[…]

Learning Life Cycle of Portfolio

A portfolio’s continuous life cycle consists of several stages: Initiation Planning Execution Optimization Monitoring and Control As a portfolio progresses through its life cycle, information and decisions are passed within and between each of these stages. This is ongoing and not necessarily sequential. Within the same business change life cycle, the portfolio can be “refreshed” Read more about Learning Life Cycle of Portfolio[…]

Learn Portfolio Risk Management

The primary objective of Portfolio Risk Management is to make sure that portfolio components will achieve the best possible success according to the organization’s strategy and business model. From a risk perspective, this is done through the balancing of risks, both positive (opportunities) and negative (threats). The managing of risks below the portfolio level is Read more about Learn Portfolio Risk Management[…]

Learn Portfolio Value Management

Portfolio Value Management ensures that investment in a portfolio delivers the required return as defined in the organizational strategy, which is an expression of the stakeholder direction in defining portfolio components such as projects and programs. To learn the Portfolio Value Management you need: Read the chapter ‘Portfolio Value Management’ in the Standard for Portfolio Read more about Learn Portfolio Value Management[…]

Learn Portfolio Stakeholder Engagement

Portfolio stakeholders are the individuals, organizations, or groups that can affect, may be affected by, or perceive themselves to be affected by a decision, activity, or outcome of a portfolio. In addition, individuals, organizations, or groups that could affect the organization’s ability to achieve its objectives should also be treated as stakeholders. A large number Read more about Learn Portfolio Stakeholder Engagement[…]

Learn Portfolio Capacity and Capability Management

The objective for Portfolio Capacity and Capability Management is to ensure that the portfolio’s capacity and capability demands are in alignment with portfolio objectives and can be supported or met by the organization’s resource capacities and capabilities, thus enabling successful portfolio execution and expected portfolio returns. To learn the Portfolio Capacity and Capability Management you Read more about Learn Portfolio Capacity and Capability Management[…]

Learn Portfolio Governance

Understanding and implementing an effective Portfolio Governance framework guides the portfolio decision-making processes in the interests of all stakeholders while adhering to the governance principles of the organization. To learn the Portfolio Governance you need: Read the chapter ‘Portfolio Governance’ in the Standard for Portfolio Management, 4th Edition (Chapter 4). Watch the videos: 3. Additional Read more about Learn Portfolio Governance[…]

Learn Portfolio Strategic Management

Portfolio Strategic Management is the management of intended and emergent initiatives that are often identified at an executive level and provide the very fabric under which portfolio management is executed. It supports strategic thinking and is the basis for an effective organization or business unit. Strategic thinking simply means asking, “Are we doing the right Read more about Learn Portfolio Strategic Management[…]