- QRP InternationalAgilePM - MSP - PMP - ITIL - Togaf - Scrum - PRINCE2 Agile - MoP - P3O - Cobit5 -English
Discover our latest way of teaching; QRP’s virtual classroom. This brochure will answer all your important questions. It will explain the structure of our virtual classroom and why you will love it!
- QRP InternationalAgilePM - MSP - PMP - ITIL - Scrum - PRINCE2 Agile - MoP - P3O - PRINCE2 2017 - DevOps -English
Download the 2020 version of our Training Catalogue and find the right course for you and your organization, including PRINCE2, Agile, Scrum, PMO and IT training. QRP International is an Accredited Training Organisation (ATO) and delivers accredited training services in the following areas: project (PRINCE2, Scrum, Agile, PM2) programme, PMO Management, IT Service Management and Change Management.
Each course is listed with:
– ideal target audience,
– training programme.
It’s an easy way to have an overview of all our training services, and a useful document to keep at hand for future use.
- QRP InternationalP3O - PMO Management -English
Download the P3O (PMO) Training Programme: a practical document with all info about the course, the certification levels, the target audience, the objectives and the complete programme for each day of training.
- QRP InternationalPortfolio Management - PMO Management -English
Download the presentation from Maarten Dauwe, Country Manager at QRP International Belgium, who focuses on the types of services in which QRP International can help you and your organization with a PPM implementation: “Each Project Management journey within big or small organizations is different. However, each of them starts with the same questions: “What is my main challenge in Project Management? How do I start my implementation?” These are the types of questions that QRP International, with its pool of expert consultants and coaches, can help you answer, and with this final speech Mr Maarten Dauwe will introduce you to the services that QRP International can offer.”
- QRP InternationalPRINCE2 - PMO Management -English
Annabelle Haegeman, Strategic Coordination and Communication at FPS Finance, presented at our yearly conference for the Public Sector the steps of this journey and the critical factors for success. With her words: “Five years after the start of the reform, we realised that we needed more transparancy and uniformity (on budget allocation & spending, on project realisation …) and we needed to increase the success rate of our projets. We therefore analysed the actual situation and what were our strenghts and weaknesses. And that is where we identified the four critical success factors below.”
- PMI InstituePMO Management -English
This PMI Insitute White Paper focuses on how important it is for projects to deliver strategic objectives: it is not enough for projects to come in on time and on budget. They must also be in sync with strategy. Organizations talk a good game about strategy. But without the right projects and programs to carry them out, even the most forward-thinking strategies fail. To help bridge the chasm between high-level strategic vision and in-the-trenches implementation, many organizations turn to a project management office (PMO). If an organization decides to establish a PMO, there’s no one-size-fits-all solution. The article outlines five of the most common PMO frameworks and shows the case of Verizon Wireless (USA based).
- QRP InternationalPRINCE2 - PMO Management -French
Download the presentation from Mr. Georges de Wasseige, Accredited PRINCE2 and Change Management trainer and consultant at QRP International presented at the yearly P3 for PA conference in Brussels: the presentation focuses on the importance of the set up of a PMO structure.
- AxelosPortfolio Management - PMO Management -English
Download the presentation from AXELOS Global Best Practice presented at the yearly P3 for PA conference in Brussels: the presentation from Mr. Cameron Stewart, Head of PPM Product Development, focuses on “Aligning work done with strategy”.
- AFMPSPRINCE2 - PMO Management -French
Download the presentation from AFMPS (Agence Fédérale des Médicaments et Produits de Santé) presented at the yearly P3 for PA conference in Brussels: – Mr. MAHY Didier, Executive Projects & Portfolio Management Officer, focuses on “La gestion et le suivi de projets au sein de l’AFMPS: Mise en place d’un PPMO (Projects & Portfolio Management Office)”.
- APMG InternationalP3O - PMO Management -English
This is a KEY document for anyone embarking in a PMO challenge. As project management has become accepted as a mainstream management discipline, many organisations have established a PMO (Portfolio, Programme or Project Management Office) function to increase the maturity of their project management approach. The scope, power and day to day responsibilities of each of these offices differs widely, comprising a mixture of strategic and tactical functions. This paper describes the community of stakeholders that benefit from the existence of a PMO, the services that are most important to them, the key challenges that PMOs are facing and the ideas that are helping to meet these challenges. An example of “PMO stakeholder map” is shown, and further more, some ideas about how to incorporate agile principles into existing project management approaches are presented. This is a KEY document for anyone embarking in a PMO challenge.
- QRP InternationalPRINCE2 - Portfolio Management - PMO Management -English
You are a Project Manager, and most probably hold one (or more) great Project Management certifications. What’s next? Most of professionals in the Project Management world already know about Programme, Portfolio and PMO management; some of them already work at PMO level for example, having helped with the set up of a “Centre of Excellence” in their organization. But how do you know what is the right next step after Project Management? How to identify the right action that can fit your needs? A few years ago, you would sometimes hear project management called “The Accidental Profession”. This was the idea that we became project managers, not by design, but by accident. Professionals started as specialists in IT, Engineering, Real Estate, Construction or whatever; today we have been transformed into project managers. If you find yourself in this situation, you may be missing the skills for your new “accidental” career… This article clearly explains some of next possible steps after Project Management.
- APMG InternationalP3O - PMO Management -English
Are all your programmes and projects really necessary? Which ones will help you to deliver your strategy? What benefits will they give you? Do you have the right people and skills? Are they available when you need them? If you can answer these questions, then your organization probably already has a PMO (P3O) model in place or has the key components of it. If you can’t answer them but would like to, then you should seriously consider implementing P3O.
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