Here's What You'll Learn To Become A Project Management Practicioner
Learn to identify, analyze, and improve upon existing business processes for optimization.
Learn the sequential or non-iterative project management planning and design process.
Learn to respond to unpredictability through incremental, iterative work cadences and empirical feedback.
Tools & Techniques
Learn to systematically analyze, plan, communicate, and manage change.
Learn the knack to interact effectively and harmoniously with other people.
Templates, Frameworks, White-papers, Media, & more.
“CJ is a great teacher and presenter. Good balance between practical application, PMBOK, test, PMP. The practical applications of concepts and information were great. I have taken formal project management training at CSU, Cornelius Fichtner, and PMITC. This is by far the best training I've had. The instructor was top notch in making the material understandable and presented in an easily digestible way. ”
Traci Griffin - MS, PMP, SR IT Project Manager, Healthcare
“We have a saying here, “Do something right; thank them” … He is a smart, supportive and customer-focused champion that I wish to extend my sincere thanks and appreciation to. He carried himself with authority, commanded leadership, and exuded charisma. His level of dedication to our project was truly appreciated. As challenges arose, Cecilio was completely successful in removing the burden, thereby allowing my team and I to concentrate on the job at hand. ”
Senior IT MGR - NetApp
“Cecilio was my point of contact to support LSI's corporate relocation to San Jose, California. We had hundreds of rack mounted computers and storage units, mostly undocumented. Frankly, it was a complete mess. Cecilio delivered with a process, a team and tangible results. As issues were discovered, we had to change and extend the plan a few times before we finished, but it all worked out. I credit Cecilio with his skill and experience for making this potential nightmare a move that is now behind us. We would not have been successful without his leadership and team.”