Learn how to use visual thinking in your Project Management practise, to create: visibility, engagement and ownership.
When you get your project documents OUT of the computer, and UP on the wall, it becomes easier to show everyone on the project where you are, and what the goal is.
When you use facilitated processes and visual tools as support, then it becomes easier for you to involve and engage your project participants.
When you involve your project team and your most important stakeholders, it becomes easier to create real ownership from everyone involved.
You’re a skilled Project Manager:
Even if you’re a skilled Project Manager, this course is for you. We'll go through PM tools you already know, but you’ll use them in a new way. Or maybe you’ll see something you’ve done many times...but in a whole new perspective.
You’re new to Project Management:
You’ll get a chance to fill your toolbox with visual tools from the beginning of your PM journey, and work with the benefits of Visual Project Management. After the course, you’ll have the tools to facilitate processes in the projects, to create more visibility, involvement and ownership.
You’re a Manager for a team or department:
You’re not officially a Project Manager, but because of your role, you run projects – big and small – on a daily basis. You’re used to communicating with Project Managers, because they often need your staff. Or you’re part of projects, because of the skills you have. In this course, you’ll get introduced to some of the tools and processes of projects, and will be able to facilitate these processes afterwards, AND you’ll be a more active participant in future projects.
You’re a Consultant:
You’re used to facilitating different projects in your role as consultant – internal or external. You’d like to extend your toolbox to include how to facilitate processes within a project, to help create more visibility on the projects you are a part of.
You’re a Facilitator:
You’re used to facilitating processes, but would like to learn some tools used in projects, and why they work well. You’d like to include these tools in some of the processes you already facilitate.
"I experienced I had the knowledge of the techniques, but got new ideas of how to use them"
My name is Christina Hemmingsen, and I call myself The Visual Project Manager.
I take the tools and methods from visual thinking and mix it with project management.
Visibility, Engagement & Ownership on your projects.
I have more than 18 years of experience as a project manager and I have practiced visual project management for 7 of these.