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i4cp offers the premier productivity solution to help C-suite and HR executives improve profitability by increasing revenue, reducing expenses and accelerating time-to-market. Founded in 1965 as the Human Resource Institute, i4cp has thousands of members from the world’s best-known companies. Our research archive spans 40 years of data and we develop more than 10,000 pages of new decision-grade research every year for the purpose of human resources training.

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  • "  Most importantly, the course gave an overview of the role project management has within an organization. It provided ideas of how to breakdown a project into bite-sized steps.  "

  • "  I liked that the course size was small. This allowed for us to build relationships during the time we were together.  "

  • Christel McFatridge

  • "  There was a consistent effort to apply theory to real life.  "

  • "  I enjoyed the hands-on case scenarios and the sharing of information with the other participants.  "

  • "  The exercises were terrific. I am going to see if our teams are forming, storming, norming or performing. I am also going to look at the DiSC exercise we did to see if there are things I can do to perform more effectively with others.  "

  • "  Janelle is a terrific course administrator. She made everything very easy to understand and the information was of benefit to my boss and I.  "

  • "  I liked everything about the course but enjoyed the case evaluations the most. With the cases, we were putting all the analytical tools together through practical use rather than just theoretically.  "

  • "  The number of course participants allowed a direct interaction between the trainer and students. Also, the trainer used the structure of topics and challenging statements to wake the students up from their day-to-day work procedures.  "

  • "  I appreciate the amount of information I can immediately put to use in the workplace.  "