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  • Le management agile prend son envol en réponse à l'environnement turbulent, complexe et imprévisible. Ce contexte où les changements se succèdent à un rythme effréné, nécessite régulièrement des réactions rapides de la part des organisations.

  • Basic idea is to provide knowledge summary on what is Quality management, why to manage quality and what are the core project quality management processes as per PMBOK.

  • The most perfect system can fail if the change is not managed.
    Throughout the earlier phases of solution delivery, Macroscope reminds us of things that can pave the way for a successful implementation. In the implementation phase, all those preparations are brought to conclusion. In addition to the mechanics of conversion, installation and set-up, we see a strong emphasis on the organizational change - communication, training, work redesign, etc.
    This event familiarizes learners with the implementation phase and its deliverables and also reinforces the need to prepare for implementation throughout the solution delivery process.

  • This is a five course program for project managers.
    All the courses are in e-Learning and hosted on the SkillPort platform.Leading Teams:
    - Launching a Successful Team
    - Leading Teams: Developing the Team and its Culture
    - Leading Teams: Building Trust and Commitment
    - Leading Teams: Motivating and Optimizing Performance
    - Leading Teams: Dealing with Conflict
    You need to request access to the platform in order to follow this program.




  • This training is not available in English.

  • Inspired from a book by Mary and Tom Poppendieck, this presentation is an adaptation of the Lean Approach based on the Toyota Production System in the IT domain.
    Once the 7 Lean Software Development principles are revisited, 24 imaged viewpoints will provide a different approach to dealing with possible problems encountered in the field of IT.

  • English overview is coming.

  • This event focuses on the execution of a delivery and maintenance as well as the development of deliverables, their level of detail and content.
    The event begins with a presentation of the activities involved in each phase:
    - evaluation of a maintenance request;
    - definition of a work unit (sub-delivery);
    - completion of a maintenance delivery or urgent request;
    - implementation of a maintenance delivery.
    The event includes several discussions on different types of maintenance requests - new need, technological change, correction, emergency - and how to deal with each of them. It specifically targets the process of implementing a change from design to delivery. The last part of the event covers the implementation phase of a maintenance delivery and how to contribute to it.
    A workshop completes the in-class phase, which allows the learner to evaluate a change request and identify the various stages of completion according to the types of changes involved.

  • The M720-3 Project Initiation and Planning learning event is primarily concerned with what the Project Manager's responsibilities are in relation to planning and, at a fundamental level, in relation to estimating. The M725-3 Detailed Project Planning and Estimating learning event is intended to build upon this and treat both of these areas in greater detail by concentrating on how a Project Manager can actually perform their role. The course is based around examples that each attendee is expected to work through and discuss.

  • Anyone who generally takes a project management or team leadership role - or expects to in the near future - should take this course.
    Designed to challenge both the experienced project manager and those new to the role, the course covers the skills, techniques, deliverables, and activities recommended at the beginning of a project. Project success is planned from the start!


  • This course allows you to familiarize yourself with the concept of risk management and its process within a project environment.
    It includes a combination of theoretical lectures, practical exercises, real-world examples and discussions with participants that will lay the foundation for sound risk management practices within your projects.

  • If you have ever wondered how to gain better control of your projects so that they actually follow your plan and if you've ever wondered how to close a project at the end—so that it stays closed—then this course is for you.


    Project managers, team leaders, delivery managers and project office administrators will learn the art and science of keeping a project on track right to the end.