They also have detailed and certification course that you can choose to drill down into, later on.
If you work with projects or programmes, either directly or you have a job that deals with one of these roles, you will benefit tremendously by having a complete picture of the 3 levels of management that these approaches deal with.
If you are a project manage and find it an ongoing issue to understand some of the corporate decisions that affect you and your team. If you wish you can communicate your views more effectively so that top management find you a useful partner. Then you need to understand how change is managed at the top corporate level, the senior management level and the project level, and how they are all effectively synchronized via complementary methods and processes.
Whether you are a Business or Systems Analyst, or An Architect (Software, Solution, Business, Enterprise) or you are a Project Manager or General Functional manager/supervisor, you need to be able to get a quick grasp of how your area of responsibility fits in with those you deal with. Whether it’s people at your own level, above you, below you, or outside the organization.
Technical people and business people find it impossible to communicate. One side says the other side does not know what they want. The other side says they are not getting the right design and implementation that the business needs
Anybody who is considered a “technical” person. Whether you are an IT specialist, and engineering or an accounts type person, you have necessarily spent most of your training and exposure in a technical environment, rather than a people focused one. Todays work place is so much dependent on cross functional teams, that the ability to communicate your technical information and absorb the non-technical information of work partners will determine success or failure. If you need to “sell” your ideas, internally or externally, then this course is an essential complement to your skills. And remember, we all need to sell, even if we are not “sales people”.
Management always saying “...I want it yesterday...” and you cannot justify the need for ”just a little bit of time” to do a good job. Customers cannot see the difference between your proposal and the others, even though you sincerely believe that you company’s proposal is the best solution for the client.
You find yourself always having to fight on price.