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LfE; Insights for Learning From Experience

Translating Observation to Future Action

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LfE must be a difficult subject; I've yet to meet anyone who says "We do it routinely and well". Those with insight frequently say "We do lessons observed OK, it all falls down after that".

This course starts with the premise LfE is not easy and explores how to make it happen both from a technical, procedural stand point but also from a people and behaviours stand point.

Our instructor led course is available NOW! to book an in-house event or register interest in attending a public open course please eMail lfe@logicalmodel.net or call +44 (0) 84 52 57 57 07.

Our eLearning version will be available in 2016. The instructor led slide-deck can be previewed on this link.


Your Instructor


Simon Harris
Simon Harris

Hi,

I'm Simon, I've been using Complex Adaptive Systems and Agile concepts in IT and non-IT settings for a decade or more, doing projects for 30+ years and teaching project management for 20-plus.

I live in Edinburgh Scotland with my wife and two adult kids

Im a member of the Outcome Delivery Network sharing new, holistic thinking on achieving project success. I run an AXELOS "Accredited Training Organisation" which means I can book you onto their PRINCE2 and PRINCE2Agile exams for @Home exams anytime - Exam Booking details



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Frequently Asked Questions


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What if I am unhappy with the course?

We would never want you to be unhappy so we offer plenty of "try-before-you-buy" free access materials.

An important part of passing exam credential courses, particularly eLearning ones is that you make the personal commitment. We ask you to only buy when you've made your decision. Then know we and you are both fully focused on your success from then on.

We do not offer money back options because when you sign-up with "well I can always change my mind" as your justification there is a weakening to the resolve that is necessary for success - That is not in your best interest if you are to swiftly progress and pass exams.

Other provider's "Money back" guarantees are a way of appearing to reducing 'purchasing risk' by seemingg to to transfer the impact from you to them BUT...

They are common because they use the psychology of regret that recognises you can't get your time back AND asking for a refund implies telling your self "I made a bad choice".

Both reinforce a "I would not have chosen if i knew then what i know now BUT I'll keep going because now it will be a hassle to start again." The likely outcome is your involvement drags on you, progress is slow and may halt entirely.

So please enjoy the free-access materials and confirm we are a good fit and then make your commitment.

Ultimately if you've a genuine reason that is not simply trying to game-the-system then talk to us - we are people too, and we try to be reasonable.

Simon
p2@logicalmodel.net

P.S. maybe you'd like to do our risk management masterclass. I'm confident no-one else's project risk management has the content ours does. Others pretend risk is impact times probability of a single event single outcome chain. Niave in the extreme but common in text books.

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