Right from the day I founded “Management Scholars Academy” I was sure that I can reach my customers by focusing all my campaign online. In the last six months I did a lot of work (I can’t tell you all the trade secrets) and the results are quite satisfying. Thought of sharing with you the visitor statistics and seek advise from techies here to take it to the next level. (The summary is June visitors count. The graph shows the trend. Three more days left in June. I am hoping the June numbers will take over the May numbers) Click on pictures for larger view.
The June month PMP boot camp was conducted successfully on June 12,13,19 and 20th. The feedback from the participants was very positive.
The response for the July month boot camp is very encouraging. In addition, we are getting inquiries for Agile project management / MS Project / Risk Management workshop etc. We are sure that we can offer good value through more and more project management training programs.
We spend considerable time and effort in keeping this blog active, interesting and useful to budding PMs like you. We have great plans for the blog in future also. If you subscribe to this blog with your email, you will keep getting newer articles published here, in your mail box. We encourage you to join and participate. To bring you up to speed, if you subscribe to the blog, we will send you a free eBbook that contains 30 of the most popular posts from this blog (with images, links and PPTs. Just that it is more convenient to read all in one place.)
Manikandan, Business Manager at Management Scholars Academy is writing this series on creative problem solving.
I got good motivation from Mr.Ganapathy for writing blogs, and also on this topic ‘creative problem solving’ people like Hari, Sadha and Israth made some good comments that encourages me to write more. Thanks every one.
There are lots of theories and principles about creative problem solving. One and famous among them is TRIZ. TRIZ is acronym of Teoriya Resheniya Izobreatatelskikh Zadatch.It was developed by a Soviet engineer and researcher Genrich Altshuller and his colleagues began in1946. It has been evolving ever since.
Gravatar is a webware (free, of course) http://en.gravatar.com/ to add a picture or icon to your name / company that will become your globally recognized avatar (or look) that will follow you wherever you go in internet (in blogs when you leave comments and so on).
The scene from Ramayana:
Krishnakumar R, AVP Quality Isoft who came from Bangalore
Chandrakumar, SPIN Chennai president and Program Manager at HP
Sammy Kumaresh, an entrepreneur who had come all the way from Toronto, Canada,
Balaji Ramamurthy a full time planner in Dana Gas who came from Sharjah, UAE
In order to apply for the PMP® Exam you will have to evidence “35 contact hours of formal education on project management”. The PMI explains this as follows in the PMP® Credentials Handbook:
- Verify at least 35 contact hours of specific instruction that addressed learning objectives in project management.
- The course work must be completed at the time you submit the application.
- The course hours may include content on project quality, scope, time, cost, human resources, communications, risk, procurement and integration management.”
By God’s grace, May month PMP boot camp went very well with the participation of 13 PMs from organizations like Gemini Communications, TCS, Siemens, HCL, iSoft and 3iInfotech and 5 of us trainers. The boot camp was held at Raj Palace Sundar, R.A.Puram. The venue, ambiance, food and service were great. The success of any training program depends on the participants. This group of project managers were very focused on learning, always willing to share their knowledge and help each other.