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Invest in Training to Maximize Profit

Posted by Jason Kinder on Tuesday, July 13, 2021

Investing in employee training and development can have significant results on your bottom line. A study by the American Society for Training and Development revealed that companies that invest in employee training gain 21% in profit.

Besides adding to your bottom line, investing in learning and development skills also boosts employee engagement. The study disclosed that 94% of employees will stay at a company that values continual learning and development. To stay competitive in today’s market it is vital that companies invest in their employee’s growth. Pinnacle’s training offerings can help to support this effort.

Pinnacle offers a wide variety of training options, from introductory classes to advanced project and portfolio management concepts, including Earned Value Management (EVM), as well as vendor partner software training. We also specialize in developing customized training solutions to fit your organizational needs.

Two of our most popular courses are Introduction to Earned Value Management (EVM) and Principles of EVM. These classes are designed to orient your team to the basic components of managing projects using earned value management concepts and procedures, and how to put those concepts into practice immediately to begin reaping your return on investment.

We also offer an Introduction to CPM Scheduling course, a DCMA 14-Point Schedule Assessment course, and an EVM EIA 748 EVMS Validation Process course as part of our conceptual training portfolio. With our long history of implementing project management and earned value management software solutions, we have developed courses specific to Microsoft Project Server and Project Online, Deltek Cobra, EVMS forProject and Oracle Primavera P6 and EPPM.

What sets Pinnacle’s training methodology and process apart from others in the industry is an increase in user adoption of processes and tools. Because we understand that providing training relevant to users’ roles and responsibilities is critical to ensure successful implementations of EVM, project management tools, and maintaining internal best practices, we are able to tailor them to your unique business environment. This enables you to put it into practice right away, realizing the ROI much faster than traditional OTS courses.

Our team-based workshops are a great way for your project execution team to learn and understand essential project management concepts. From planning for an Integrated Baseline Review (IBR), building a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS), or creating a risk register, our professionals that lead these workshops have the expertise and real-world practice experience which ultimately sets your professionals up for long term success.

Investing in your most important resource, your employees, is critical to your company’s success. This investment leads to higher retention rates, more engaged staff, and ultimately improves the reputation and morale of the organization. Utilize Pinnacle’s training resources for your organization. 

Whether you are looking to enhance the skills of your team or introduce new business processes and procedures to your organization, Pinnacle has training and learning solutions to meet your needs. You can find a complete list of our training classes here.

Find out how we can help improve core competencies of your staff while improving productivity throughout your organization. Give Us a Call or Send Us an Email  

 

Topics: Aerospace & Defense, Biotechnology, Engineering & Construction, Earned Value Management (EVM), Integrated Program Management (IPM), Technology, Project Portfolio Management (PPM), Deltek PPM, Oracle Primavera, Government & Public Sector, Microsoft EPM, forProject Technology, Enterprise Project Management (EPM), Encore Analytics Empower

Jason Kinder

By Jason Kinder

Jason joined Pinnacle in November 2020, with experience in Earned Value Management, project controls, project management, and engagement management.

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