We support you in making your projects and start-ups successful and accompany you in the selection of suitable agile or classic project management methods.
Our experienced project managers, project leaders or PMO/PO experts support you both in the short and long term in the initiation, control and implementation.
Tiba offers you a broad portfolio of different qualification options - from basic courses to specific method training and soft skill training.
Our experts at Tiba support you both in setting up effective process management and in optimizing, digitizing and automating your processes.
Our process management experts will help you record your processes, optimize them over the long term, and design your process landscape efficiently.
Develop a basic understanding of processes with us and learn practical methods and tools for recording, analyzing and documenting processes.
Our experts at tiba give you access to our resources as well as our expertise and many years of experience and thus shape successful changes together.
Our change managers are available to provide you with operational support and active assistance in the event of major corporate changes.
Our broad training portfolio provides input for the conception of the change management strategy and the operational implementation of measures.
With the support of our holistic approach and proven high-quality expertise, we bring your transformation projects to success together.
Here at Tiba we have a large network of highly qualified experts in the areas of project, process, change and organizational management.
Our trainings focus the mindset across your organization, refine your existing management concepts, and enhance cooperation within your company.
With over 30 years of experience in project management, agility, change management and process management, we specialize in the successful implementation of large and small transformation projects....
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