More project work, greater complexity and increasing demands on competencies, skills and knowledge are commonplace in many companies. We are your partner for training up to project management standards, both nationally and internationally while also keeping track of your company’s unique requirements as well as intercultural differences.
You would like to build consistent project management standards across the entire organisation. You want these to fit your company culture and increase your employees’ project performance long-term.
What does training look like which incorporates our standards as well as additional content and further topics?
How can my employees gain a compact overview of common methods and develop a consistent view so as to improve project performance jointly?
How can a multi-level development programme be created that covers project management methods and soft skills and can be integrated into our training concept across the organisation?
What does a training concept look like that is geared towards implementation, is tailor-made for our company and our processes and that has my staff embrace consistent project management standards?
You would like to offer personal training to your staff that includes opportunities for intensive exchange and provides practical examples which can be immediately applied by course participants.
Is it possible to create a training course which combines project management methods, soft skills and specific requirements, as well as matching my needs and those of target groups?
Is it possible to train for our individual processes, templates and specifications and practise them, using real examples of our own?
How can we achieve a consistent environment for practising that will strengthen the recognition effect among project staff?
Can the requirements of various areas of competence in our career model be precisely reflected in the training sessions?
You are looking for training that fits your specific requirements, takes into account daily practice in your organisation and conveys the contents of a common standard.
Can participants of a seminar have coaching in all areas relevant to them, to increase their confidence in usage?
How can I ensure that the use of our specific project management standards and processes will be practised and reinforced, so that typical risks in everyday project work can be reduced?
Who will guarantee that the PM philosophy of the desired standard will be taken into account in the seminars?
You need an experienced sparring partner who can provide professional support where required and if needed help with selecting training topics and conduct the training.
How can I find flexible instructors with industry experience who fit into our business culture and who are able to coach in a lively and professional manner, using our existing training guide?
Who can relieve us of the planning and organisation of training or curricula and participant management for complex programmes?
Changes are faster and more profound than ever before. This also affects project management. We are passionate about helping you make your team fit for this change. As your sparring partner, we work with you to define relevant areas of competence and learning processes and will implement these. We will combine training formats and contents to fit the unique needs of your company and are by your side for all queries relating to project management.
The introduction of a PM standard for customer projects led to clearly defined responsibilities and interdisciplinary team work with reduced losses in quality or through friction. This was achieved through the dynamic and flexible PM standard PRINCE2 as support tool, so that we could realise an increase in orders for plant construction.
The adoption of a project system across all areas meant that interdisciplinary team work became alive. This led to enhanced customer orientation.
For the small site they created a slimline PM concept with compact guide and a project cockpit which was successfully adopted into the regular routine operations. We could thus reduce losses through friction in project work and further enhance quality. It shifted the perception of PM to acceptance locally and beyond.
The self-organising teams that were created led to enhanced transparency in the team. This enabled staff to better prioritise projects and tasks and to work more creatively within the security of the set parameters.
A 10-step-guide to organizational agility
VUCA, new work, digitalization – Many trends of the past few years caused fundamental changes in corporate strategies. Suddenly it was all about implementing agile methods in projects and organizations as quickly as possible to remain competitive and successful. Individual kanban boards were created, agile task forces were founded, and teams were trained – but all too often without the desired effect. In this webinar, we will address this problem to explain how agile transformation can fail. Additionally, we will provide you with a 10-step guide to organizational agility.