Understanding the terminology used by organizations when talking about Portfolios, Programs, and Projects is a key requirement for any individual tasked with delivering or contributing to a project in today's working environment.
All knowledge areas contain a multitude of buzzwords, terminology which you need to quickly grasp and understand in order to work within that knowledge area. In this course, Portfolios, Programs, and Projects: What's the Difference?, you'll quickly and effectively differentiate between three of the most overused and badly used terms within the Project Management industry. First, you'll discover robust "industry standard" definitions of these key terms. Next, you'll explore robust examples supporting those definitions. Finally, the course digs deeper and discusses other key concepts. By the end of this course, you'll be armed with the knowledge required to quickly feel comfortable discussing key Project Management issues.
Ben is a Microsoft Project, Project Server/Online consultant, and Data Specialist with over 20 years of implementation experience. He has been a Microsoft MVP for nine years, as well as blogging on various project server scenarios, has articles published on the Microsoft Project User Group (MPUG), and is the author of Microsoft Project 2013 Plain & Simple.