Articles on Project Management training
“I needed to improve myself as head of my company.”
“They really want to help you grow.”
“It was amazing. I met a lot of nice people, shared experiences and learned from their experiences.”
“The positives and learning experience is simply invaluable. It leaves you yearning for more.”
“Overall, the Workshop was excellent. I met lovely people from all walks of life and abroad, but most importantly I learned new skills and how to apply them.”
“I would recommend this Workshop to anyone in any size business. You are sure to take away valuable knowledge.”
Most participants rated the Workshop as exceeding their expectations in every way.
Informative. Motivating. Mind opening. I had a good time. Thank you ProjectManagement.co.za Team!
I was pleasantly surprised with the relevance of the information.
If you want projects to run better in your organisation, you’ll need to change the way in which some things are run in the organisation, not just in one person’s office.
“Our CEO, Dr. Meyer, cannot attend–but I will check if she can be there the first day till 10:00–any specific reason why you want her there?”
A successful first workshop will leave management and participants with a growing sense of discomfort. Managing the turbulence is the the task of the leader.
Project managers spend most of their time communicating with the project team and with other stakeholders. So, if you want to master this important activity, you’ll have to master the basics of writing.
This article is part of a series on professional writing skills needed to support the development of project manager competencies according to the PMI®’s Project Manager Competency Development Framework (PMCDF).
“Her time management and coverage of topics is like a mythical thing in real life. Clear explanations, relevant examples, engaging presenting.”
“Following this interaction, our organisation has undergone such a fundamental change in our ability to take responsibility for how we either hold ourselves back or allow ourselves to flourish.”
There are three main reasons why we recommend the Project Management Concepts course prior to training for your PMP® exam.
“Fun and dynamic. Loved the way the content was shared as it was entertaining and made understanding of the work easier.”
The PMCD Framework (or PMCDF) is a practice standard of the PMI®. It describes what the PMI® considers to be important characteristics and attributes for a project manager.
Leo’s working hard to do something he’s never done before.
Discerning clients and employers aren’t looking for someone who just has a fancy certificate in Project Management. They’re looking for someone who can do the actual work.
Do you want help right now, or is becoming an expert user part of a longer-term career move? Or do you need this to make projects run better overall in your organisation?
If you’ve just signed up for the online Project Management Concepts course, here is what you can expect over the next few months.