Projects By Design Offers Free Courses Online

February 18, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - Projects By Design, a professional services consulting organization based in Bluffton, SC is offering two courses for free that can transform project ideas into profitable ventures.

The company is offering the following courses without any fee: developing an Agile Framework implementation strategy and a lesson on project canvas. The first course will focus on the four key components of an effective Agile Framework implementation strategy. Someone can meanwhile learn how to kick start a project using project canvas on the second course. These courses are tools that can be used by businesses to transform their respective companies.

Projects by Design’s Best Agile Methodology Tutorial In Bluffton, SC focuses on enabling projects to launch and execute with a tailored methodology based on the project’s uniqueness. This tailoring, according to the company, is a design activity wherein they use lean processes to create the right size project governance or program management office oversight.

The company also provides project management staffing solutions for those projects with experienced and affordable project managers. Project by Design’s specialization includes systems implementation and business process design projects using lean, iterative, incremental, and agile delivery methodologies.

Through the company’s professional consulting services, businesses and IT teams result in high performing delivery-based, powerfully-effective, focused, value-added entities.

“Projects by Design transforms your project organizations into high performing, value-focused delivery teams that drive profitability.”

Dan Barringer, with close to 20 years of program and project management delivery experience across a wide variety of industries and organizational functions, leads the company. He is widely regarded as an expert in tailoring delivery processes and tools to the needs of each unique customer and project.

Serving also as a coach and mentor, he has helped project teams reach peak performance. He has shared his knowledge and expertise with individual team members, sponsors, peers, and organizations. In giving back to the project management community, it is estimated that over 200 people have received their project management certifications through Barringer’s teaching and encouragement.

For more information about the Best Agile Development Training Online In Bluffton, SC and other services offered by Projects by Design, call them at 803-417-7966 or through their email at dan@projectsbydesign.net. The company is located at 10 Pinckney Colony Rd Building 300, Suite 307 Bluffton S.C. 29909. Check them online at http://projectsbydesign.net/.

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For more information about Projects by Design, contact the company here:

Projects by Design
Dan Barringer
803-417-7966
dan@projectsbydesign.net
10 Pinckney Colony Rd Building 300, Suite 307 Bluffton S.C. 29909

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