Project Thinking - microlearning


The target group

Suitable for anybody hoping to make their work more effective and simpler using selected project management techniques.


5 reasons why microlearning works

  • A comprehensive and example-based way of learning key tips for making your work more effective.
  • A quick overview and insight into what it essential for the success of your task or project.
  • Full control over your study progress – decide what you learn and when you learn.
  • Immediate feedback on your learning and progress.
  • Learn project thinking and become the most valuable team member. 


Microlearning - online study

  • Time and place of study at your discretion.
  • Short videos combining storytelling with context-based analysis of a given tool or technique.
  • Quizzes provide immediate feedback.



Project Initiation: Clarification of Meaningfulness
If you do not know the reason for devoting energy to the assigned task, you have zero motivation. If this reason does not make sense to you, your interest, willingness to complete the task or project and the activity itself will be minimal. In this video, you will learn how to clarify the meaningfulness of the project and achieve the motivation of participants.

Project Initiation: Set a Clear Goal
Each project must have a defined goal. In this video, you will learn how to set the goal correctly so that it is understandable and clear.
A clearly defined goal will ensure that all people involved in the project follow the same direction. A well-formulated goal will make it easier for you to decide on priorities. A clearly described goal will also ensure that at the end of the project you can clearly assess whether you have achieved the result.

Project Initiation: Never Assume Anything
Complications and project failures have a number of causes. Surprisingly, the most common ones are not "objective" reasons - non-functional technologies, unreliable suppliers or external circumstances. Projects very often crash on the fact that you make assumptions. In this video, you will learn the basic rule of how to work on a project to maximize your chances of success.

Project Concept: Think about the organization of the project
As with any well-functioning sports team, you need to be clear about organizing the project. Without a clear division of roles, chaos quickly arises and the team's original enthusiasm disappears. In this video, you will learn what the key project roles are and their responsibilities.

Project Concept: Create a project concept
Premature efforts to plan the project down to the smallest detail are deservedly rewarded. By loss of clear direction, congestion, wasted energy. In this video, you will learn how to clarify the boundaries of the project and build a match between the client and the implementer on key aspects of the task or project.

Project Planning: Build flexible plans
When planning a project, it is advisable to follow proven logic. In this video, you will learn how to uncover all the necessary aspects of the project and its interrelationships. You will learn how to create plans that will allow you to respond more flexibly to changes and increase your chances of delivering a truly useful result.

Project Planning: Determine what you create and WHO will be responsible
Every good professional wants to be useful and create real value. In this video, you will learn how to focus on what matters the most in planning - creating value and benefits. You will learn what is WBS. You will learn how to use WBS to reveal what you need to deliver in your project to meet your goal. It will be clearer to you what you are actually responsible for.

Project Planning: Identify assumptions
A detailed project plan does not automatically guarantee success. There are assumptions in every plan and we rely on them to come true. In this video, you will learn how to work effectively with the assumptions so that they do not become risks to the success of the project.

Project Execution: Get off to a good start
The start of project implementation is not just a date in the calendar. It's not just a formal step that you want to take as soon as possible. In this video, you will learn how to properly present a task or project to implementers. You will also learn what it means to form a team to work together.

Project Execution: Keep a steady work rhythm
The pressure of the current environment on the ability to react immediately is enormous. It often pushes us into the mode of extreme operation and multitasking. In this video, you will learn how to set and maintain the necessary rhythm of work. A rhythm that ensures that you can handle everything important, with clarity and effectiveness. A rhythm that will bring you security and well-being in a team environment.


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