We offer standard training packages in creative problem-solving and in project management:
The 2-day workshop is based on a framework for creative problem-solving that has been developed over a period of 20 years. The workshop uses a gardening analogy (called The Concept Garden – for details see below) to clarify the problem-solving process. Participants in the workshop are introduced to the Concept Garden Framework, some important concepts, and thinking tools and techniques that help to ensure that effective solutions are found and prepared for implementation.
This series of 5 webinars is based on the face-to-face Creative Problem-Solving Bootcamp described above but delivered online through Zoom or Microsoft Teams. The webinars can be run on five consecutive days, one day a week for five weeks, or whatever schedule suits you. For more information, download the course description here.
If you need an understanding of the basics of project management then this workshop is for you. The main sections of the workshop are the five main process groups defined in the PMI's Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) – Initiation, Planning, Execution, Monitoring and Controlling, and Closure. Within these groups, the participants will be introduced to tools and techniques which ensure that the key aspects are properly covered. They will also become familiar with some basic concepts which help understand the overall context of project management. A selection of tools and techniques, and concepts are given below.
This series of 4 webinars is based on the face-to-face Project Management Bootcamp described above but delivered online through Zoom or Microsoft Teams. The webinars can be run on four consecutive days, one day a week for four weeks, or whatever schedule suits you.