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Customise your Concerto learning experience with e-learning products from the Ensemble Institute. View sample modules and register your interest below.
Exploiting the Critical Chain
Task Management using Concerto Web
The Ensemble Institute delivers systematic, modular online training that covers:
- How to build robust Concerto project schedules
- How to pipeline your Concerto project schedules
- Concerto Web for Task Managers
- Concerto Web for Project Managers
- Concerto Web for Resource Managers
- Concerto Web for Portfolio Managers
- Developing and Executing a Concerto Buffer Recovery Plan
- The theory behind Critical Chain Project Management
One of our consultants will contact you about tailoring a training program for your organisation’s immediate needs.
Register your interest - eLearning
Ensemble Institute's e-learning products are a scalable and cost effective way to help your project teams learn to harness the power of Critical Chain Project Management and Concerto. We can customise Concerto e-learning modules for your company in your corporate imagery to help your people take ownership of the Critical Chain and the power of the Concerto system.
Rapidly deploy the skills, knowledge and behaviours needed to embed Critical Chain Project Management and Concerto use throughout your organisation with the Ensemble Institute’s modular training program, from task participant to senior executive.
The benefits of Critical Chain Project Management are indisputable, but embedding the new skills, knowledge and behaviours across your organisation to maximise the return on investment in Concerto takes some time. When new people come on-board they need to be brought up to speed on Concerto, the behaviours it drives and the rhythm it sets.
A Concerto implementation requires a wholesale, systemic change.
Confusion about new language and new project planning requirements often trigger some resistance to the implementation, even though the benefits have been proven in other project environments. New staff members experience the same hesitation when coming from traditional project management backgrounds.
One injection to reduce this resistance is to give access across the organisation to a systematic training program suited to each role within the project environment.
Modules on each of these topics are available for the different levels and roles within your organisation’s project environment. This is especially useful when new staff come into the project environment and need rapid training to reduce disruption to workflow and execution. Online delivery of these modules means flexibility to match each individual’s own schedule.