Training Courses: Programme Management

Programme Management

Join our comprehensive training program to master the art of managing projects, subsidiary programs, and program activities with precision and agility. Elevate your skills and enhance the delivery of benefits by learning how to ensure that the strategies and work plans of your program components seamlessly adapt to outcomes and align with the evolving strategies of your organisation. Embrace this opportunity to become a catalyst for success and drive impactful results in your organisation.


Project Managers
Program Managers
PMO Officers
Executives and Managers


Strategic Alignment
Vision and Goals: Program managers ensure that all projects align with the organisation’s strategic goals and contribute to the overall vision. Business Case: They maintain a strong business case for the program, ensuring it delivers strategic value and benefits.
Benefit Management
Benefit Realisation: Program management focuses on achieving and measuring the cumulative benefits of the program, ensuring that outcomes align with strategic objectives. Benefit Tracking: Continuous tracking and reporting of benefits to stakeholders, adjusting plans as necessary to optimise outcomes.
Governance and Oversight
Program Governance: Establishing a governance structure to provide oversight, decision-making, and accountability across all projects within the program.
Stakeholder Management
Engaging with stakeholders at a higher level to ensure support and alignment with organisational goals. Stakeholder engagement: The process of identifying, analyzing, and engaging stakeholders to ensure their needs and expectations are met throughout the program.
Program Planning and Control
The development and maintenance of a program plan, including the identification and management of interdependencies between projects and activities within the program.
Resource Management
Resource Allocation: Coordinating resources across multiple projects to optimise use and avoid conflicts. Capacity Planning: Ensuring the organization has the necessary capacity and capabilities to support all projects within the program.
Risk Management
Program-Level Risks: Identifying and managing risks that affect the program as a whole, which may be different or more complex than individual project risks. Interdependencies: Managing risks and issues arising from interdependencies between projects.
Change Management
Program Change Management: Implementing changes at the program level to adapt to shifting business priorities or external factors. Impact Assessment: Evaluating the impact of changes across all projects within the program and managing them accordingly.
Integration Management
Project Integration: Ensuring that all projects within the program are integrated effectively to achieve program objectives. Alignment and Synergy: Facilitating synergy between projects to maximize efficiency and effectiveness.
Performance and Reporting
Program Performance: Monitoring and reporting on the performance of the program as a whole, including progress towards strategic goals. KPI Management: Defining and tracking key performance indicators (KPIs) that reflect the program’s success.
Financial Management
Program Budgeting: Managing the budget at the program level, ensuring financial resources are allocated appropriately across projects. Cost-Benefit Analysis: Conducting ongoing cost-benefit analysis to ensure the program remains viable and delivers expected benefits.
Leadership and Team Management
Leadership: Providing leadership and direction across multiple project teams to ensure cohesive and aligned efforts. Team Coordination: Facilitating communication and collaboration between project managers and teams.


Fully aligned to PMI’s Standard for Program Management 5th Edition


  • This course in available in English, French, German


  • 2 -3 days in classroom
  • Also available as online or virtual delivery
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