Project Management; Best of the Best Thinking
Real-World project management combining the best of approaches from many sources
Six sigma, lean, agile, pmbok, prince2, msp, CAS and CAL, ANT and a host of other inspirations all have good insight. Many duplicate each other, SIPOC, DSM, RACI etc are the same idea in different disciplines.
This course combines insight for many sources to give you a best-of-the-best combination
See the first lecture for a link to the preview materials
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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P.S. maybe you'd like to do our risk management masterclass companion to our Fast-Track risk course. (Both are included in our £5 bundle subscription.) 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.