Hands-on Project Management Classes Build Skills

Project management training can have an immediate impact on your team's performance when it incorporates the best adult learning techniques.
  • Apply course concepts to your own projects during training.
  • Work in teams to complete projects.
  • Hands-on learning increases comprehension and retention.
  • Learn faster and transfer the learning to your job immediately.

Best practices from the bestselling book in project management!

Microsoft Endorsed Training
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Microsoft validated training

Versatile's Mastering Microsoft Project 2010 and 2013 training has passed Microsoft's rigorous evaluation process

Be assured that you are getting the best available, Microsoft endorsed training from The Versatile Company's instructors.
Versatile's MS Project Training is taught by the same instructors who teach our full project management curriculum. You'll be learning the most popular project management software and project management best practices! It's a powerful combination!

The Project Management Issues Log

What About Remote Team Members? 

How do remote teams change the equation? If you have attended Versatile's project management training online, then you've experienced some best practices already. 

  1. Set ground rules for participation. This covers everything from starting and stopping times to when to communicate. 

  1. Invest in collaboration technology such as www.GoToMeeting.com or www.WebEx.com.  

This conversation on LinkedIn has some great suggestions for specific habits of remote Agile teams. 


Continuing Education Is Critical for Project Managers 

Pamela Nelligan started a conversation about online project management communities. "What's better - the LinkedIn PM Community or ProjectManagement.com?" (ProjectManagement.com is run by PMI.) 

Continuing education opportunities were a big positive in the responses. Project management training can take many forms, including recorded webinars and attending PMI Chapter meetings.


Confusion About Agile and Scrum Continues. Project Management Training Answers! 

One of the most common questions in our project management training is where agile and scrum fit into the picture. 

Here is the simplified answer: 

Agile is a software development approach that emphasizes incremental delivery. 

Scrum is a team management method that applies the agile, incremental approach. 

Project management techniques as they have been traditionally understood, seem at odds with an incremental approach. However, the primary difference is that a critical path schedule is not very useful for managing agile projects. 

This video attempts to explain it. Thanks www.ProjectManager.com