Training «Management of technical people»
When to Consider This Training
Present day IT projects are characterized by growing complexity and increasing pressure from the market. For a project manager this means that he or she needs to build cross-functional team faster and make sure it runs like well-oiled machine. However project managers may be spending most of their time dealing with frictions within the team and putting the fires off. This training can help team manager to reduce the amount of time spent on dealing with perfectly avoidable pitfalls in team’s performance.
It doesn’t take much for an IT project to go awry. Leading successful IT projects time and time again requires special knowledge, skills, mindset, as well as insights into how get IT things done in real life. This training gives your staff an in-depth picture of mechanics behind a team of technical experts. It explains how to create, run and sustain highly performing and delivering teams.
How do We Achieve This?
Building the team and getting team members to pull together in the direction manager wants revolves around three main topics: communication, communication, and communication. This training is greatly focused on how to talk, listen, and feedback your team members, where and how to intervene and when to go tough.
The practice part of this training employs a lot of miniature business games that are based on situations observed in the attendee’s workplace. During these games, attendees will reconcile theory and practice around three main points:
What are Our Advantages?
This training is designed for IT practitioners by IT practitioners having more than 10 years in IT project management. Its main purpose is to shape skills of attendees they can take to the workplace and demonstrate improvements:
How to Get Most out of This Training
This training will be most appreciated by those professional where were recently promoted into leadership or managerial position from previously held technical role. This training in particularly helps attendees to understand better what is expected of them in their new role and how their new role is different from previous technical role.
Although this training is designed to address everyday problems, making sure attendees carry out most of this training and benefit from this training in the long term requires preparation before the training and follow-up after training.
Pre-training preparation also helps trainers to tailor training agenda to particular needs of attendees. It also helps attendees to come better prepared as trainers may give out small homework to complete before training, which leaves more time for practical exercises.
The assessment is performed by training teams during the training based on objectives defined prior to the training. Particular assessment is tailored to each particular attendee group or company situation, and commonly it revolves around answering questions, if is a person:
Such assessment is valuable source of information for maximizing utility of company’s human capital.
Required knowledge and professional experience
Training program (2 days 16 hours)
Theoretical part - 50%