The vehicle for achieving improvement in a Six Sigma program, is the improvement project. In a successful program, the
culture of improvement, and a desire for improvement, is instilled throughout the organization. A negative side effect of
this is the uncontrolled growth of the number of projects and project teams. This class addresses this issue by providing
guidelines for managing and controlling this large number of projects, the project portfolio.
Describe the role of the project portfolio
Define what is the portfolio?
Discuss the role of the portfolio manager
Explain the role of master black belt
Set performance metrics
Handling changes in organizational priorities
Appraise success measures
Topics & Content
Sources of projects
Global portfolio optimization
Managing the portfolio
Earned value measures
Updating the portfolio
Course Code: SIG304 Duration: 1 day Targeted Audience: This course is intended for those responsible for managing
Six Sigma projects. Accreditations:
PMI - 7 PDU(s)
SHRM - 7 PDC(s)
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