Projects can be managed intuitively, with common sense and logical reasoning. Patterns that have been proven in practice are known as Best Practices.
Best practices are described in many different sources and include techniques most commonly used in project management, considered useful and proven by project managers.
When building our trainings and workshops, we use our own experience from projects in many industries, as well as one of the best collections of best practices – the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®). It is an extensive compendium of project management knowledge.
The tools and techniques we present are universal for most projects and therefore easily applicable to both novice and experienced project managers. Our set of best practices consists of certain actions and methods which can and should be applied using any methodology. The Best Practices can also serve as building blocks for creating your own project management approach.
If you are interested in gaining recognised certifications in project management, team management and the organisation of projects, programmes and portfolios, also check out AgilePM®/AgileBA®, PRINCE2®, Scrum and PRAXIS accredited training courses.