Lean Portfolio Management (LPM)

Aligning strategy with execution is critical to any organization’s success and a key aspect of Scaled Agile Framework®. With a Lean Portfolio Management (LPM) approach, you can collaborate across silos, empower teams, and organize around value to adapt to what customers want, faster.

The Lean Portfolio Management course helps executives, project management officers (PMOs) Lean Portfolio Management course helps executives, project management officers (PMOs) and other key stakeholders plan dynamically and be flexible enough to adjust initiatives and budgets as the market changes. The LPM course also provides the guidance and tools attendees need to work effectively in remote environments with distributed teams.

Lean Portfolio Management answers the questions:

  • How do I connect strategy to execution?
  • How do I manage flow and solve perpetual overload?
  • How can I fund and govern dynamically?
  • How does Lean Portfolio Management fit into SAFe?

What’s included:

  • Course materials
  • Remote learning via SAFe® Virtual Classrooms
  • Access to SAFe® Collaborate, a visual online workspace
  • One-year membership to the SAFe® Community Platform
  • Lean Portfolio Manager certification exam
  • Access to the optional Getting Started with LPM Workshop

Attendees learn:

  • How to connect the portfolio to the enterprise.
  • How to maintain portfolio vision and roadmap.
  • How to establish Lean budgets and guardrails.
  • How to create portfolio flow.

Adapted for interactive remote learning with SAFe® Virtual Classrooms

Lean Portfolio Management

What people say about Lean Portfolio Management

“A vastly different viewpoint to the rest of the SAFe content … LPM focuses on the mostly invisible funding and governance. Not many other Agile frameworks address this vital component.”

What people say about Lean Portfolio Management

“Enjoyed LPM considerably.”

What people say about Lean Portfolio Management

“This course is very appropriate for my job and will guide me to make better decisions.”