"Flaming Sword" Simulation
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|Living the D-Day PgM story|
Profit the best historic case to learn how to apply the Program Management Life Cycle to realize benefits.
Reviewing documents and discussing problems, participants identify Program Managment (PgM) key success factors.
6th June 1944 landings in Normandy were the result of a complex Program launched and planned in few months by the staff leaded by General Eisenhower.
Following the Project Management Institute (PMI)® main standards, participants will understand how to:
- Extract lessons learned from previous experiences
- Exploit all Knowledge Areas and Process Groups
- Manage Project Portfolio & Operations
- Launch a Program and select its Projects
- Select a Program Manager with the right skills
- Perform the Program Governance
- Realize Benefits with Program Management
- Face Risks during Gate Reviews
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With Flaming Sword you can learn how project, program and portfolio management work together.
Put yourself in the core team of the biggest amphibious operation in History to plan and deploy the invasion of the occupied Europe. Play the role of the SHAEF (Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force), and analyze the challenges, make crucial decisions, and be prepared for unexpected events.