To develop your project managers, we offer numerous seminars and workshops.
- Project Acceleration through Commitment-Based Project Management Workshop, a No Surprises Project Management®
This workshop teaches how to apply PAT, Project Acceleration Technologies. Developed at Intel Corporation for its chip products, Commitment-Based Project Management focuses on what’s important: what needs to be completed by when and for whom, and has the team members make their own commitments that they adhere to. It then tracks the progress against these commitments in highly visible ways. Using “Map Days” to develop a plan that the team owns and commits to, the project manager leads the project through regular, simple, short reviews that eliminate micromanaging and empower the team to achieve success. The majority of the projects applying these techniques successfully complete projects on time, on budget, with satisfied customers and with less stress than traditional approaches.
- Held numerous times by PMI Silicon Valley, these sessions have been highly rated and in high demand. Our next session will take place in the Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, on Nov. 18, 2011.
- Scrum/Agile Project Management
With increasing demand and now support from PMI's new Agile certification (PMI-ACP) for Agile project management technique, we offer a two-day workshop to get you up to speed. Our next one will take place in the Research Triangle Park, Nort Carolina, on Nov. 3 and 4, 2011.
- Leadership 101 - The Basics of Leadership
This seminar introduces the concept of leadership and what makes a great leader.
- Project Management for Leaders
An introduction to project management for business leaders, this workshop has been scheduled to be held at Cornell University's Johnson Graduate School of Management this coming Fall for their MBA students.
- Situational Leadership II®
The Blanchard Company's famous course on the situational leadership model, this course trains attendees on how they must adapt as leaders based on the situation and the follower.
- Stakeholder Management
Who are your project/program stakeholders? How do they feel about your project or program? What power do they have? Will they help or hinder your effort? How do you manage, or better yet, lead them? This short seminar addresses this critical topic with exercises based on your current effort.
- Leadership Presence
How do you project a confident presence to your team? To your stakeholders? How do you develop "command voice"? This and other topics are covered in this seminar.
- Managing Change
How do you ensure that the change you are driving is successful? That the people are lined up behind it? Managing the transition from the current to the future state can be risky. Let us show you how to make sure it is successful.
- Virtual Leadership
How do you lead when people are not in the same office as you? How you do you motivate them? This workshop teaches you how lead remotely. While technology is important and we touch on it, other leadership aspects are even more critical.