Awareness is a first and essential step in the collective development of new behaviors. When coupled with regular feedback and a continuous supportive environment, training and education can be helpful to:
· Increase awareness
· Introduce new concepts and behaviors
· Get everyone on the team on the same page
· Integrate new team members into the team
· Establish a safe environment for learning
· Demonstrate an investment in personnel
· Increase the human capital of an organization
Training & Education
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To assist with the adoption of new behaviors, I often develop or customize hands-on interactive workshops that integrate practical project management principles and disciplines with an organization's specific culture, processes and tools. These tailored workshops help organizations maximize project performance through appropriate integration of practical and adoptable best practices. I also offer the following classes for customized delivery or through one of my national training partners.
Agile Introduction and Team Essentials Workshops
This introductory course focuses on the entire Agile Team, including Project Managers, Business Analysts, Testers, Developers, and Architects. This team-based training will help you understand your role on an Agile/Scrum team and introduce each role to the basics of an Agile project.
These three-day, hands-on workshops provide introductory or advanced level project management and leadership tools and practices through an intense experience leading a simulated team and managing a simulated 20-28 week project.
This three-day, instructor-led course from Microsoft provides an introduction to the Microsoft Solutions Framework. The course focuses on the MSF Team and Process Models as well as the Risk Management, Project Management, and Readiness Management Disciplines.
The Microsoft Project Practical Application Workshop teaches the 20% of MSProject that is used 80% of the time, unlocking the three key miss-uses that hinder effective use of this powerful tool.