Monthly Archives: April 2015

Better training outcomes

Aim higher, be better

Strategy in ChangeAs an experienced trainer I am often frustrated by the poor (or most likely non-existent) post training activity of the candidates which should be consolidating their learning during the course.  Why would any manager invest in training their staff if their organisation is not going to benefit from it? Well it turns out that most managers do exactly that. This blog will look at what outcomes are available, what needs to be done to achieve them, and how C4CM can help you aim higher and get better returns on your training investment.

C4CM provides certification for learning programmes. Our new accredited set allows us to distinguish between training outcomes and provides managers with evidence of the effectiveness of their investment.

read on to find out how

Where projects end and change begins

Change adds value to projects

Why do change? In a recent Prosci article the author provides useful questions to elicit the value of doing people change on top of a delivery project. I also find that many people in the project world just don’t get the ‘change’ bit. A large multinational company I have talked to wants to do programme management; but still call it ‘coordinating a number of projects’. They don’t see that the difference between a project and a programme is people change.
Click here to learn about the difference