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"Team" course
The program of the "Team" course puts an emphasis on relations with people and a team. How to solve incoming problems together with the team, how to live in the processes of change and benefit the company.
The course will be useful for team leaders; leaders of small departments for whom communication and working with people is the main part of their work; and managers of higher levels who want to close the gaps in their professional education.

The program of the course "Project" includes the basic logical modules of project management: project formation, content, time and risk management, project closure, integration of project management into business management processes. We included in the course approaches to flexible task management and the mechanics of scaling project management to the organization level.

Deep immersion in the mechanisms of formation, project management, analysis and risk prevention will put everything in its place in the project management. As befits a good manager.

"Project" сourse






Main features of the format
Training sessions once per month: 3 days, 5 hours each (Friday, Saturday, Sunday)
18 training days as close as possible to the format of business trainings in a live format (3 days * 5 sessions plus additional 2 months course)

Ability to flexibly schedule workloads, vacations, combine with work

Online with teachers: feedback during immersion in the material

Program materials in the record in your personal account for re-study

Integrated format: seminars, individual practice and group work within one study session
Adaptation of the program to the student: the complexity of the program is regulated by tasks and cases and depends on the group that is selected for the student after admission

Individual support from a dedicated curator
Group work during study sessions
Facilitator from the School who moderates and leads group discussion to maximize the effect of collaboration
Possibility to choose the language of instruction and group work: Russian or English

In the case of choosing English as the language of instruction, this is 120 hours of language practice (listening, developing terminology, group discussions)
Ability to immerse in the material at a "double depth": a student can take a 5-hour session in Russian and on the same day he can listen to and work out a module in English in an English-speaking group

Author's studios of Alex Orlov and Vyacheslav Pankratov (founders of the Tetics School of IT Managers)

Speeches by TOP managers of leading companies and industry experts

Transparent point system: points are awarded for participation in a seminar, for participation in a group discussion, for a submitted essay for each module and for additional group lessons

A certificate of participation is issued upon reaching a certain number of points without a final exam

Possibility to obtain a Diploma within a year after the end of the program

Course program "Team"
Team audit on enter
What should a team lead or manager do when they are assigned to lead a team? What is the state of the group of people and are they a team? What do you need to know and understand about group dynamics and the fundamentals of applied sociology in order to provide entry into the position of the group leader and not create an initially inappropriate relationship with the group?

  • Tuckman: team dynamics
  • Mammoth: Team Target
  • Bern: the boundaries of command and resistance
  • Litvak: types of leaders and types of teams
  • Battery: Team Resource Level
  • DISC: an applied typology of behavior
Interviewing, hiring and firing
The selection and recruitment of people to a working group can be either an independent task, in which a team leader or manager is involved, or a task that follows after the leader is included in the team. While the specialists who begin to manage teams cope with technical interviews, it is usually difficult to identify personal characteristics and soft-skills skills.

  • Ideal candidate profile
  • Personal interview
  • DISC: profile and role matching
  • Battery: How not to hire a burned out or toxic employee
  • Projective questions: how to "get into the head of a candidate"
  • Decision to raise, revise the salary or position
  • Error and misconduct
  • When to part with an employee
Communication within the team (constructive confrontation)
Team management is all about managing tasks and working with people. The main tool for working with people is, of course, communication. What are stable agreements, how are they achieved, and how can you change the behavior of another person without resorting to manipulation?
One of the main modules at the Stratoplan School of Managers: how to negotiate with other people.

  • Constructive principles
  • Algorithm for constructive confrontation
  • Conscious rejection of the manipulative communication model
  • Algorithm (tree) of decision-making by the head
  • DISC: arguments to listen to + who to go first
  • Battery: man in power saving mode
Setting and control of tasks, delegation
People don't do what you expect but what you inspect (Louis Gerstner) - People do not do what you expect, but what you control
(L. Gerstner, CEO and Chairman of the Board of Directors of IBM Corporation - "the man who saved IBM").
How is task setting different from delegation? At what point does the coordination of control types take place? What determines the type of control for each specific task?

  • 5 types of control
  • 7 levels of delegation
  • Injustice in assessment: demotivation and more
  • Battery: link between resource level and control type
  • DISC: Relationship between Behavior Typology and Task Type
  • Work Tool: Inspection Type Table
Team status control and feedback
When the team is working, tasks are being set and executed, communications are not interrupted, and daily group and personal rituals and operations are established, there remains one more important activity - to monitor the current state of the team and provide timely corrective and developmental feedback. In the work of technical leaders or managers with a technical background, often not enough time and attention is paid to this particular part of the work.
The main tools and practices that address this important volume of tasks are: regular 1: 1 meetings using supportive tools and protocols.

  • Technique: 1: 1 meetings (one-on-one, one-to-one)
  • Technique Expansion: Skip level 1: 1
  • The Battery Tool: How To Use In 1: 1 Meetings And When Preparing Development Plans
  • Tool / Matrix "Interest competence"
  • Tool "Questionnaire $ 10,000" (29 motivational factors)
  • Behavior change: the practice of constructive confrontation in practical application for a 1: 1 meeting
  • Gellup Questionnaire: Executive Assessment
  • Motivation, demotivation
Defending the team, project and processes (negotiations)
Two month add-on module on negotiations.

Establishing work and delivering results is, of course, one of the main areas of responsibility of the team leader or working group. But we are working in the real world, where there is internal competition for resources, where you have to protect the project and convince colleagues from other departments or management of something.
What constitutes "territory control" and how to protect the team, process and project for the benefit of the common cause and interests of the company's business.

  • Upward communications: argumentation and “selling” solutions
  • Working with the customer and management (trust and transparency)
  • Communication at the same level
  • Communication with problem employees
  • Defending Against Attacks: Protocol and Practice
Course program "Project"
Choice of methodology, terminology. Project launch (project charter). Team building.
In this module, we answer an important manager's question - how to distinguish a project from a non-project in real life. It happens that the management sets a task, calling it a project, but this is not always the case. Here we introduce a very important definition for ourselves, which allows us to apply or not apply project management tools in each specific case. At the same time, we will talk about the criteria for success, discuss how a successful project manager differs from an unsuccessful one, how it can be objectively understood and whether it is possible at all. What is project management, if you are a manager, and also what do you do from the point of view of the classics and from the point of view of methodologists.
We will also answer the question - What should be done so that the team is one cohesive organism and reaches the end of the project with the whole staff with burning eyes? What to do to prevent a key employee from falling off in the middle of a project? How to disband a team at the end of one project and be sure that it will come back to you at the beginning of the next?

The charter
What is a project charter and why is it needed? Why is the charter the main document of the project? Who, how and when forms it? Who is involved in its formation, how long does it take, and how is the charter applied throughout the project?

What we will study:

  • Project management and choice of methodology
  • What are the approaches and life cycles
  • What is a project
  • History of project management
  • PMI Principles
  • Roles
  • Organizational structures
  • Project coordinator
  • The charter
  • Team building
Project stakeholders, project content. Motivation.
Stakeholders - who are they and what are they? How to identify, record and what to do with them throughout the project? What to pay attention to when working with stakeholders?

Content Management - Why? What steps do you need to take to understand what's going on in your project? What techniques can be used to collect and capture requirements? What to do with them next?

What is a project concept? How to form it and what to include in it?
What are the rules of the Hierarchical Structures of Work and what mistakes should be avoided? Who and how does the Hierarchical Structure of Works, and at what moment does it usually happen?

Let's also discuss how to interact with the team at the beginning, middle and end of the project? How to motivate the team?

  • What we will study:

  • Project stakeholders
  • Content management
  • WBS - Work Breakdown Structure
  • Project concept
  • Motivation theories
Timing and quality
The module examines the algorithm for determining the duration of work.
Network diagram - how to generate it from an already created WBS. How to assign resources on a project and what does this affect in terms of timing?

Consider timing estimation techniques and their techniques:
  • Analogue assessment,
  • Parametric estimation,
  • Three-point score.
In the module you will find answers to the following questions:
  • What to do next when you have a network diagram and work with duration?
  • How to create a schedule and how to link to a calendar, what can this affect?
  • What is the critical path?
What we will study:
  • Timing and quality
  • Quality management
Progress and cost
How can a manager track the progress and cost of a project?
What if the manager and the team find that the project is off schedule and on budget? What technique should you use?

EVA (Earned Value Analysis) (bonus):
Based on the analysis of a specific case, we will consider how the indicators are calculated. Let us examine the narrow issues of the volume development method that were not included in the "Progress and cost" block.

What we will study:
  • Cost management
  • Tracking progress
  • Schedule compression
  • EVA (bonus)
Management of risks. Purchasing. Closing the project.
Risks
How can a manager and a team manage project risks so as not to make global mistakes and to foresee everything?

Consider a set of steps:
  • Risk identification (what are the risks? How to collect them correctly, using what techniques? What size should the risk register be? How to narrow the register?);
  • Qualitative and quantitative analysis (what is the difference? When and how to apply each of the techniques?);
  • The planning and response they undertake (how to insure against risks? What are plan A and plan B in dealing with risks?).
Purchases:
How does a manager manage purchases? What should be done if a manager needs to buy something for a project - it doesn't matter what - a license or an external paid team? How does the procurement algorithm work, what are the three main types of contracts? What difficulties to expect and how to simplify your task?

Closing the project.
How to close a project in two steps, what is needed for this and in what order are these steps done? How to properly dissolve the team and capture the lessons learned? How to evaluate the success of a project upon completion? How can you make your work easier in the future?

What we will study:
  • Risk management algorithm
  • Quantitative risk analysis
  • Procurement
  • PMP exam preparation
  • Closing a project
Scrum and Kanban - terminology and work with content, metrics, events, scaling.
Two-month course dedicated to SCRUM and KANBAN approaches.

Scrum and Kanban: terminology and work with content, metrics, events, scaling.
Where to start and what to do? Here you will get acquainted with general information, basic introductions and understand how the course is structured.
What are the approaches and life cycles? How do the approaches work? What are the differences and similarities between different approaches and which one should you choose?

What we will study:
  • Agile - terminology and way of thinking
  • Vision concept
  • How to answer the “what to do” question in Scrum and Kanban
  • Scrum Metrics
  • Metrics when using the Kanban method
  • Scrum events
  • Kanban Events
  • Project office concept
  • Organization-wide approaches - PMI, LeSS, SAFe
  • A combination of approaches - PMI, Scrum, Kanban
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Introductory assignment
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Interview

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Group enrollment
Why do we have such an admission process?

Our students study in groups and how well we select the groups according to the level of complexity of the tasks to be solved depends on how interesting the program will be to the participants. The interest of the participants is the involvement and dynamics of the group.

Our main training format is built on solving cases and practical problems that a manager or leader faces, with their further discussion in a group format.


In order to form groups according to the level of experience and check the readiness of each student to study in our format, we propose, after paying for the course, to complete and defend the introductory assignment: solve the sent case, describe the main steps of the solution, fill out a questionnaire and go through a live interview with the School teachers.


The final decision on admission is made by the School's commission after the student's interview. In case of an unsuccessful interview, the student is refunded the entire amount paid for the training.


In addition to the decision on admission and distribution to the group, based on the results of the introductory interview, the student will receive recommendations from the School on the priority modules of the program and on which of the author's Studios of the program the student is recommended to take part in.

Course "Team" start February 5,

course "Project" start 12 February.

We've put together the perfect class schedule that will allow you to attend study sessions and not miss major holidays.

Study and relax - there is time for everything :)

TRAINING SESSION OF THE "TEAM" COURSE
TRAINING SESSION OF THE COURSE "PROJECT"
STUDIO
PERSONAL ACCOUNT

Theory - self-preparation - group work - analysis of the solution with a coach.

START - February 5.


The school program includes 5 modules of 1 month duration + an additional 2-month free course in communications (09.07.2021- 03.09.2021). Training in the module begins with a 3-day online working session: 5 hours (from 16:00 to 21:00 Moscow time with coffee breaks), Friday-Saturday-Sunday.


The first and second days - 2 hours of workshop and 2-2.5 hours of mixed practice (individual preparation and group facilitated discussion in small groups). Theory and practice are already included in the study session. The third day is a day of master classes from invited top managers and guest speakers (1-1.5 hours) + classes in studios: career studio (V. Pankratov) and management coaching studio (A. Orlov).


For each activity during the study session, the student is awarded the points necessary to obtain a certificate of successful completion of the program. In order for the study module to be counted, within three weeks the student sends an essay of the established structure describing the experience gained. To receive a certificate of successful completion, you need to take part in five training sessions, write and submit an essay on all five modules of the program before the next training session.


ADDITIONAL PRACTICE

If the module passed during the three-day study session does not raise questions from the student or is not a priority for him at the moment, the next time the student returns to study in a month, closing this module with a small essay. If the student wants to get more hands-on experience in a particular module, he informs the group curator of his plans to attend additional practical group sessions. We help groups to conduct weekly additional sessions between large study sessions by giving the group additional case studies, and each session is accompanied by a dedicated facilitator from the School.

Theory - self-preparation - group work - analysis of the solution with a coach.

START - February 12.


The school program includes 5 modules of 1 month duration + an additional free 2-month course dedicated to the SCRUM and KANBAN approaches (16.07.2021-10.09.2021). Training in the module begins with a 3-day online working session: 5 hours (from 16:00 to 21:00 Moscow time with coffee breaks), Friday-Saturday-Sunday.


The first and second days - 2 hours of workshop and 2-2.5 hours of mixed practice (individual preparation and group facilitated discussion in small groups). Theory and practice are already included in the study session. The third day is a day of master classes from invited top managers and guest speakers (1-1.5 hours).


For each activity during the study session, the student is awarded the points necessary to obtain a certificate of successful completion of the program. In order for the study module to be counted, within three weeks the student sends an essay of the established structure describing the experience gained. To receive a certificate of successful completion, you need to take part in five training sessions, write and submit an essay on all five modules of the program before the next training session.


ADDITIONAL PRACTICE

If the module passed during the three-day study session does not raise questions from the student or is not a priority for him at the moment, the next time the student returns to study in a month, closing this module with a small essay. If the student wants to get more hands-on experience in a particular module, he informs the group curator of his plans to attend additional practical group sessions. We help groups to conduct weekly additional sessions between large study sessions by giving the group additional case studies, and each session is accompanied by a dedicated facilitator from the School.

Author's studio - a project by Alexander Orlov or Vyacheslav Pankratov. Series of copyright seminars

Studio A - Director's career, led by Vyacheslav Pankratov.


Studio B - coaching style management, led by Alexander Orlov.


Can you both? :) Of course it is possible. Students can visit the studio recommended for the introductory interview live, but the materials of both studios will be available to students in their personal account.

Your training is always at hand.

By connecting to the courses of the Stratoplan School, you get access to your personal account.

It will collect everything for your comfortable and productive learning:

  • everything about the organization of the course and training in it;
  • Bulletin board;
  • webinars;
  • lectures;
  • homework;
  • Additional materials.

Your personal account and all the material remain with you for 3 years after the end of the course.

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