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In a fiercely competitive business environment, organizations continuously strive and innovate to enhance efficiency and to produce more with less. This has led to an increased demand for higher level skills in all the areas – Technology, Leadership, Business Analysis, Project & Program Management, Risk Management, Business Process Management, etc. There is a saying – Investment in training is undoubtedly one of the most important ways in which an organization can remain competitive in an ever-changing business environment.

We offer training and consulting in following areas: 

 Certification Courses

 We help you prepare and pass with confidence leading industry certification exam: 

Academic certificate programs in association with Auburn University, USA. 

Our Outcome-Based Applied Learning has been at the core of our training approach since our founding in 2009. Outcome-Based Learning focuses on the benefits you can expect. The learning is delivered an assessment based tailored improvement. The desired improved are delivered through training, consulting, coaching and mentoring. Virtually any of our courses can be structured as applied learning platforms to achieve outcomes such as these examples:

  • Create a business analysis plan
  • Coaching your teams on preparing for elicitation activities
  • Observing and/or facilitating your requirements workshops, as well as coaching on interviews, observation, and other elicitation and prioritization techniques
  • Soft skills coaching (influencing skills, conflict management, virtual teams, critical thinking, active listening, body language, etc.)
  • Create a requirements document that to provide an unambiguous and complete understanding of the requirements
  • Create user stories and story maps for a project
  • Create a use case diagram and use case narratives
  • Devise acceptance criteria for select product features
  • Complete a project charter or plan
  • Conduct sprint or release planning…heck, even conduct the entire sprint as part of the effort
  • Estimate a project
  • Create a risk management plan for a project
  • Create a business process map for a complex process
  • Role-play conversations with “difficult” customers
  • Document requirements for a project the right way
  • Conduct a retrospective that provides meaningful improvements

These are just a small sample. What can you think of that would help your next project or related effort?

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