Project Origination: Selection, Prioritization, Process

Project Origination is the process through which an opportunity becomes a project. This process ensures that resources are being used for projects that are aligned with corporate objectives, have good cost-benefit ratios, and have a high probability of success. This course will teach you the tools and techniques necessary to select and prioritize project opportunities as well as how to implement a process with which to bring them from conceptualization to initiation.

It has been said that up to 80% of projects fail. What if you could change this? Well, by choosing the best projects you can.

By learning to select, prioritize, and bring about the most important and most beneficial projects your chances for success will drastically increase. Learn to evaluate, select, prioritize, and generate buy-in for the numerous opportunities that your organization has.

Set your organization up for success.

Description

Project Origination is the process through which an opportunity becomes a project. This process ensures that resources are being used for projects that are aligned with corporate objectives, have good cost-benefit ratios, and have a high probability of success. This course will teach you the tools and techniques necessary to select and prioritize project opportunities as well as how to implement a process with which to bring them from conceptualization to initiation.

How you will benefit

  • Better selection of projects
  • Develop a repeatable process
  • Improve your project success rate
  • More efficient use of resources
  • Better alignment with key business objectives

What you will cover

  • Overview
  • Understanding Corporate Strategy
  • Feasibility Study
  • Gathering requirements / Understanding needs
  • Estimating
  • Benefits Analysis
  • Project Portfolio Management
  • Risk Management in the Origination Process
  • Selling Projects to Senior Management
  • Termination
  • Designing & Implementing a Process

Who Should Attend

Project and program managers, PMO directors, executives, project analysts, business analysts, those seeking advanced project management skills.