MS Project Scheduling Foundations course"PMWorks’ MS Project Scheduling Foundations course is a great hands on, interactive course. You will leave with confidence knowing that you have the fundamental skills required of a Scheduler. Dr. Richard Stejer, who is very knowledgeable and skilled in all areas of Project Management, weaves his personal experiences into the sessions creating a very engaging and enjoyable learning experience."
Standardising the PMO"Contrary to other Academics who dictate course material, Richard’s willingness to understand what we needed and adapt his program to meet the customer need, is exactly why we chose PMWorks. It gave me the confidence to apply the learning. Richard adapted the course in response to the questions in the room keeping the meaningful content for the audience. We’ve demonstrated the skills uplift. In the 12 months since the pilot course, two of the employees who were in that course, in delivery roles have been promoted to managerial roles. I’m certain that Richard is part of the reason they were promoted. The original goal for us as a commercial insurance PMO was to uplift project management skills. The best way to demonstrate this is by promotion."
Developing a Business Analysis Community of Practice"PMWorks established a Business Analysis (BA) Community of Practice to improve and standardise the BA disciplines within the organisation. The initial phase of this endeavour required PMWorks to develop a gap analysis between the current and target states of the BA practices at Cochlear. We then developed a roadmap that provided a plan as to how the defined gaps could be addressed. The recommendations from this study were accepted and Cochlear are looking to implement the activities."
Permanent resourcing engagement
"PMWorks consistently delivered high quality candidates who were not necessarily actively looking for a change of role. More often than not the attraction and motivation to move was not financial. Nikhil's personable style allows people to open up giving him the insight into their motivators. This allows him to present a compelling reason to investigate a new position."