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iCatalog Home PMT 4020 Executive Program Manager's Course
(Last Modified:02-Sep-2020)

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Description
THIS COURSE REPLACES PMT 402 IN FY21.

Key Outcomes
In the Executive Program Manager's Course you will:
  • Capitalize on enhance thinking approaches to evolve organizational constructs and portfolio strategies
  • Optimize portfolio capabilities management by leveraging innovative approaches aligned to customer need and available resources
  • Synthesize leadership styles and impact to balance resources with stakeholder expectations
  • Construct governance processes to support successful capability delivery and sustainment
  • Develop your workforce by aligning personnel to meet mission need while cultivating skills
  • Employ Business Acumen to grow the industrial base and improve acquisition outcomes
  • Strategize at the enterprise level to maintain alignment and awareness of key stakeholders

    Impact:
    EPMC is designed to increase the collaboration skills and leadership capabilities of leaders selected to serve as program and portfolio managers, and to provide the skills and abilities propelling them to be the top in their Service and DOD. EPMC takes a multidimensional approach to developing key leaders by combining lessons, reflective learning, self-evaluation, networking opportunities, and immersive simulations to provide attendees new insights and requisite abilities. During this three-week offering, you will:
  • Conceive portfolio-level changes to improved future outcomes
  • Develop and assess value propositions for innovative approaches
  • Analyze portfolio-wide leadership styles to consider constraints and leverage diverse opinions
  • Compile governance processes for organizational operation and capability delivery
  • Evaluate business strategies and consider the impact on the industrial base
  • Appraise stakeholder engagement to influence key relationships

    You will work with a team of faculty and peer experts from diverse business disciplines, providing in-depth knowledge in core areas including Thinking Models, Integration, Leadership and Management, Governance, Workforce Development, Industry and Stakeholder Engagement.
  • Objectives
    TO BE POSTED
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    Target Attendees
    PEOs, deputy PEOs, ACAT I and II PMs, deputy PMs and Industry equivalents
    Prerequisite(s)
    Required:
    PMT 4010, Program Management Course
    OR
    PMT 401, Program Manager's Course
    Predecessor Course(s) (Acceptable as a substitute for this course until the acceptance date specified below.)
    Predecessor Predecessor Course Title PDS Code Accepted Until
    PMT 303B Executive Program Manager's Course AH2 INDEF
    OR
    PMT 402B Executive Program Manager's Course, Part B AH2 INDEF
    OR
    PMT 402 Executive Program Manager's Course AH2 INDEF
    Course Length
    15 class days
    Additional Course Information
    Delivery Mode Instructor Lead Training
    Equivalent Courses None
    ACE Recommended Credits None
    PDS Code Z2J
    DAU Public (material/prework) N/A
    Continuing Education Units   0
    Continuous Learning Points  0
    Reservist Retirement Points  
    Historical Allocations Mouse Over for Past CEU/CLPs
    Notes
  • Required: Certified DAWIA Level-III in the Program Management Career Field.
  • Selected to serve as: a PEO or DPEO; or the PM or Deputy PM of an ACAT I or II program, preferably within six (6) months of assignment start.
  • Eligible students should have completed either PMT 401 or PMT 4010 within 18 months prior to attending PMT 4020.
  • The statutory training requirements for PEOs, DPEOs, and PM and DPMs of ACAT I and II programs is completed with PMT 402 or PMT 4020.
  • Pre-work required (approx. 8 hrs) / Walk-ins NOT authorized
  • Industry participants with equivalent PM experience are encouraged to attend.
  • The course construct presumes class members contribute by sharing their experiences and lessons learned. Learners' pre-course assessments are the basis for individual Learning Plans. Their individual plans capture their selection of lessons and other training events such as faculty one-on-ones. Interactions with senior OSD, industry guests, and other learners offer varied perspectives on the acquisition process. Toward the end of the course, class members apply their learning to create an Action Plan they will implement to address their program/portfolio needs.