Failure in Learning Part II: The Importance of the Debrief and Coaching
I previously wrote about the need to be able to fail in a safe learning environment. That can be in a software course or a course on people skills such as customer service. We do learn a lot from our mistakes. An essential part of a learning environment that lets people fail – or any […]
Organisational Psychology: Our Values
Human beings are focused around interesting, pivotal moments and ideas. We assign great meaning to certain concepts such as courage, self-sacrifice or leadership. Certainly when humanity faces challenges these become more highly valued and more sacred. These concepts are focused on the belief that humans are social animals and like chimpanzees, bees etc, we rely […]
The New PMP Certification — What You Need to Know!
Is Learning Tree an Official Accredited Training Partner (ATP)? Yes. This means that Learning Tree is able to deliver the Official PMI Courseware developed and accredited by PMI. What does it mean to be an ATP? It means that: Learning Tree offers the “PMI Authorized PMP Exam Prep Course”, the PMI- developed and licensed content […]
Where does Agile fit into Project Management and vice versa?
There is no doubt that there has long been acrimony between the concepts of traditional project management, led by waterfall-delivery focused organisations like the PMI and PRINCE2, and Agile, led by organisations like the Agile Alliance and the Scrum Alliance. This is often shown by common but divisive statements like; Do we deliver by using […]
Leadership in Remote Working Organizations
Going from in-office working, to remote working was a tough transition for everyone, that includes the Leadership! Instructor, Robert Annis, continues his pandemic blog series with this blog discussing leadership in this remote working environment. A lot of focus is given to how workers will need to change their approach now and indeed I’ve focused […]