Finance For Project Managers
Financial decisions made by senior managers are often dependent on the data provided by project managers. This course allows the project manager to see the story from the accountant’s perspective.
Shifting business, technology, and market conditions can rearrange project priorities. In managing and controlling the project portfolio, decisions involve re-visiting your projects' critical success factors - including resource availability and the continued validity of the business case - with the business sponsors. Those decisions also require a re-alignment of the project portfolio, which may or may not affect other projects in the portfolio. This programme describes the project portfolio management practices that provide the capability to effectively meet these challenges and insure that your organization maximizes its return on investment.