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We specialize in the training, provision and management of Support and Contract Staff. We have, over the years, developed extensive experience and appreciable competence in rendering these services to our clients.
Project management is a vital or near critical competency for many organizations. Deployment of effective project management can improve the quality of products and services, reduce costs, and improve schedule performance. Unfortunately, many individuals who take on project management roles are unaware or better still unprepared for the responsibilities involved and have little education or experience in project management. As a result, organizations often come to the conclusion that project management training is the answer, and they are right—to a degree.
Improving the project management knowledge and skills of individuals is a strong step toward improving an organization’s overall project management performance. However, there are many factors that can affect project management performance. If these are addressed effectively, they can substantially leverage the improvement gained through project management training. These factors typically center in three aspects of an organization—process, structure, and systems—and are further reinforced (or inhibited) by leadership’s understanding of, and support for, a project-directed culture.
An immemorial rule about training is that for training to be truly effective, the trainees’ environment must reflect the new expectations of their behaviour, i.e., the box must be changed. In other words, an organization that creates an environment conducive to the application of project management knowledge and skills is much more likely to gain improved results than one in which trainees are left on their own to attempt to figure out how to apply what they have learned.
Verity Associates Limited is an accredited international PMI Recognized Education Provider (R.E.P).