Committed to Excellence
With Successful Projects you get project management instructors that are both professionally and technically competent
Our instructors perform as professional project managers, maintaining their Project Management Professional (PMP®) certification. They are involved in industry organizations such as the Project Management Institute (PMI), participate in project management research and stay up-to-speed on the top-ranking project management books. They keep their skills sharp attending project management conferences and symposiums, networking with other professional project managers, reviewing new tools and techniques, and working with their own mentors to continually build their knowledge.
We know that personal guidance is an important part of learning. Students come from all different backgrounds, cultures, and experiences and have different learning styles. This diversity means that an activity that is tremendously successful for one student may be a meaningless activity for another. Good communication including personal feedback, flexibility and customization, and learning assessment from a variety of different perspectives is important to providing effective personal guidance. Small groups, and one-on-one time with the instructor, is designed into our training and educational programs.
Innovation is stressed as important to good project management. With respect given to specific methodologies, Project Management Office (PMO) policies, and the Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PmBOK®), effective project management practices must include innovation and flexibility in order to operate at its highest possible level.
Coaching and mentoring provides the most direct and effective feedback possible. While classroom learning, online learning and book knowledge is valuable, nothing builds competency better than coaching and mentoring on real projects with one-on-one instruction.