|What is the BKPM Boot Camp?
Think Systems specializes in developing high-performing project managers. We have developed a methodology that re-trains project managers to think about projects differently. When embraced, this drives organizational and personal changes in behavior that result in project management effectiveness. Effectiveness is the final measure of a successful project manager. Select the link above for more information on the boot camp format and details.
The BKPM Boot Camp is offered to everyone, but we ask that no more than 2 people from any single company attend at a time so we can remain available to our local PM community. For specialized corporate BKPM Camps, contact Jeff Welch for more information.
Select a BKPM Boot Camp to book a session date:
The BKPM Boot Camp, standard rate booking is $399. Compare that to other PDU generating events and you’ll see that it is a nice chunk of PDUs at a well below average cost.
BKPM Boot Camp participants will:
- Learn when, how and why to stay at their side of the three-sided table; develop time-slicing techniques that enable them to view projects from the different perspectives of this model.
- Learn about their personal project management traits; identify their strengths and weaknesses in the context of project management.
- Learn how to implement limbic learning to drive enduring changes in their project management behavior; the BKPM Boot Camp is merely a step in their journey.
- Practice and learn about the proper use of PMO frameworks, tools, techniques and templates.
- Develop critical decision-making skills that are specialized for project management.
- Use BKPM principles and techniques to develop new options for action; don’t become stuck or fall behind on a project again.
- Reframe project success criteria to focus on capturing value for your project sponsor; project constraints and correlating value run deeper than just the triple constraints (time, cost and scope).
Here’s a quick summary of what we do for clients who want to train-up their internal teams:
How would you like to show someone one of the videos we use in our BKPM Boot Camp presentation? We use the following short clips that have been annotated to provide metaphors or examples of BKPM principles and techniques in action:
- Jaws video – annotated (Have you felt this way about a project?)
- Pulp Fiction video – annotated (The Wolf; BKPM Archetype)
- The Matrix video – annotated (Your mind is a prison… a very nice one, but…)
- Bangkok Dangerous video – annotated (Extreme limbic learning)
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