Portfolio management ensures that the correct priority is given to your programmes and projects. Programmes and projects that do (no longer) support the strategy of your organization are stopped, new programmes and projects are started. The prioritization also takes into account the impact on your organization, ensuring that the business-as-usual continuous to work smoothly.

On 30 October 2012, Steven Deneir, owner of ProOptimize, succeeded the MoP® Pratitioner Exam and as such became Registered Practitioner in Portfolio Management.

Management of Portfolios provides guidance for companies with the definition and delivery of their portfolio of change initiatives. Key points are the continued alignment with the organization's strategy and objectives, and keeping the balance between changes and the business as usual activities.

Achieving the Practitioner qualification confirms that Steven has achieved sufficient understanding of how to apply and tailor the MoP guidance and to analyse portfolio data, documentation and roles in relation to a given situation. As a successful Practitioner candidate, Steven is able to advise on the implementation of appropriate practices and techniques, and apply the method to a live portfolio.

More information on MoP can be found at http://www.best-management-practice.com/Portfolio-Management-MoP

MoP is a Registered Trademark of the Cabinet Office.

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What others say about us...

“Steven is a Prince2 expert which I would recommend to anyone. He was able to bring over his expertise and ethousiasm for the Prince2 Project Management Methodology to all students. Although he gave a crash course on the subject he made effectively time to explain the different subjects using real life examples. With an audience of experienced project managers Steven was able to translate their work and methods towards the Prince2 standard. Great experience to be one of Steven's students.”

Marc Van de Velde