Corporate Training Courses
We offer a range of courses, presented in class or online, specific to your business needs. Our courses are customized to help increase the skills and competencies of your staff by providing a range of tools and techniques specific to your corporate needs.
Coaching and Mentoring
1-on-1 and team coaching and mentoring is also available for businesses who wish to upskill and develop their Business Analysts and Business Architects.
Help your Business Analysts and Business Architects stand out. As a Guild Accredited Training Partner™ (GATP™) with the Business Architecture Guild® and an Endorsed Education Provider™ with the IIBA®, We offer online courses to help your team prepare for their certification exams.
Coaching and mentoring
Professional training customized to corporate needs
Professional development and porfolio services
Business blueprinting for project initiatives and business architecture
Requirements audits and training
Regardless of your project methodology, business requirements gathering is a key contributor to success. When asking "what were the primary causes of these (project) failures?**", the PMI Pulse of the Profession 2018 report listed 17 items. Below is the top 3 reasons for project failure as listed in the report.
Key Findings *
- There has been a continued and significant increase in project activity in the past four years across all sectors.
- However failure rates are also increasing – with survey results showing that only one-third of projects are delivering the desired outcomes.
- The type of projects New Zealand organisations are currently focusing on include growth and efficiency initiatives, developing information technology and to support organisational change.
- However, leading change in the organisation is the most lacking skill in project management professionals today.
- Only 29% of projects are delivering to budget and only a fifth of projects are consistently delivering on their planned benefits. These results represent a dramatic waste of resources in NZ businesses.
- Whilst most projects have active and engaged sponsors, only 10% are seen as providing extremely effective governance activities.