List of Workshops

Strategy Implementation Professional (SIP®)

The current generation of leaders have been taught how to plan but not how to implement. High strategy implementation failure rates are driving the need for leaders to enhance their abilities and skill-set to successfully implement their strategies.

Managing Benefits™ and the Value Chain - Foundation Level

Always start with the end "Benefit" in mind! Governments and organizations aim at realizing Values and Strategies by focusing on outcomes and benefits realization, rather than just outputs and deliverables.

Enterprise Big Data Professional (EBDP®)

Data-driven decisions lead to better decisions and unearth a wealth of possibilities. The Enterprise Big Data Framework Alliance is on a mission to develop and educate the world on Big Data Best Practices.

SFIA® Skills and Competencies Framework for the Digital Age

Managing Troubled Projects

Portfolio Management Approach for Vision Realization

SFIA is an the industry-led framework for the digital world, it defines the skills and competencies required by professionals who design, develop, implement, manage and protect the data and technology that powers the digital world.

International statistics show that 2/3 of all projects face various levels of trouble.
The good news is that the same statistics show that 75% of all troubled projects can be recovered - this is almost half of all of our projects, conditioned we attempt to recover them properly. This is why the knowledge and process in this course is so vital, for all types of projects.

This workshop addresses how to identify, monitor, document and balance crucial information for the successful management of projects. It also covers the development of a baseline for the project that will allow the efficient compilation and the timely generation of performance comparisons.

Managing Complex Programs

Programs are setups, managed and operated to produce benefits for the government, society, environment and individual beneficiaries. They establish operations units or organizations that sustain operations far after the programs are over. Often, programs do manage change and transform existing organizations to cope with the expectations of their beneficiaries.

Re-inventing the PMO

Digital Leadership Specialist™

Leaders are aware that adopting digital is now a necessity and that yesterday's success no longer guarantees tomorrow's performance. Leaders are asking the critical question, "How do we adopt digital?"

Applied Project Management

Integrated Frameworks

The phenomenon of business silos and integration widely exists in numerous organizations and across multiple industries, especially between demand pipeline and supply pipeline business units. The lack of integration and collaboration causes organizations to lose on poorly estimated projects, where the scope of work in not clearly identified.

Stakeholder Management and Conflict Resolution

50% or more of PMOs have failed during the first three years of their existence.
Perhaps even more disturbing, only 33% of PMOs reach their potential of delivering value to the organization. ~APM

A highly interactive workshop that addresses how to identify, monitor, document, and balance crucial information for the successful management of projects. This workshop usually marks a milestone in the project management development road map. Participants will be required to develop a comprehensive project plan.

The success of the project is contingent on a variety of factors including and very importantly keeping the stakeholders satisfied. We cannot please everyone; nevertheless, identifying the major stakeholders that can affect one or more initiatives outcomes in a positive or negative manner and seeking to earn their buy-in is quite essential.

Leadership and Team Management

Project Leadership is a much coveted skill. Even if leadership development happens through dedicated practice, there are some core elements of leadership that participants will have the chance to focus on and significantly improve through activities, exercises, and hypothetical responses to crises.

Business Analysis: A Project Perspective

Business analysis is a topic of growing importance in project management. The marketplace reflects this importance, as project management practitioners increasingly embrace business analysis as a technique for uncovering business needs, managing requirements, and creating effective solutions to business problems.

Transformational Change Management

Change management is one of the most highly desired skills at management and leadership levels. Managers and Executives find themselves compelled to initiate and lead change to success in their organizations. It requires specific know-how as well as a leading attitude.

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