Project management training
Create a learning process – not just a training event
Your staff needs to have the right skills and training to manage projects effectively. However, training will only have an effect if it is closely related to your business.
Academy solution design
Is the market moving faster than your people development? Has training become detached from the corporate strategy? Do you decentralise training, development interviews and strategy?
Projects have become the standard way of bringing about organisational change or stimulating business development. To ensure successful results – on time and on budget – the project needs to be effectively managed.
Blended learning and e-learning
If organisational transformations are to succeed, managers and staff need better training in new processes and ways of working. Blended learning is a learning and teaching style that combines traditional face-to-face teaching with online modules.
Resource and capacity management
Few organisations have a clear overview of ongoing projects. This typically results in high running costs and low effectiveness.
Project Portfolio Management
Running too many projects at the same time reduces the overall effect of your strategy. Establishing a strong Portfolio Management Office (PMO) will help you prioritise projects and execute them correctly.
Introduce more freedom and a few strict rules if you wish to increase the efficiency and quality of your development projects. This may sound like a contradiction in terms, but it works.
Create dynamics, ownership and qualified results in group processes. Imagine you have been invited to participate in a half-day kickoff event of a fairly long training programme. The agenda of the day is not very clear, the room is too small, there are no beverages, and the oxygen is running out.
Do you know the feeling of participating in training where you have been sitting all day just listening and looking at countless PowerPoint slides? Where the time between the breaks has been far too long? Where the involvement of the participants has been limited to a couple of questions from plenum at the end of lengthy presentations?