May 10-11, 2017 in Philadelphia for professionals who support early-career talent development programs
It seems like there is a certain buzz word that is engulfing workplaces these days and that word is Agile.
We are excited to announce that we have formed a new strategic relationship with WDR Enterprises, organizer of the The Leadership Development Program Summit.
Whose Agile Project is it Anyway? is a fun, interactive, and participant driven workshop designed to help teams and organizations ensure that key interpersonal skills are in place to increase the effectiveness of an Agile project or initiative.
RJ Wronski Associates Shares Second Brandon Hall Award with Nielsen’s GBS Emerging Leaders Program for for Best Advance in Measuring the Impact of Leadership Development.
This post highlights one of our newer course offerings, Fundamentals of API’s, which has received a high level of interest from our clients.
Our training team was deployed at a multi-national mining and manufacturing company that had implemented Oracle Financials a year earlier, and was in the process of rolling out Purchasing and iProcurement to the business units over a 15-month period. Our team joined the implementation team early in the implementation cycle.
We are working with our clients to craft programs that will develop in these talented technologists the ability to think strategically and demonstrate leadership not only within the traditional STEM functions but across the entire business organization.
For the last several years, Wronski Associates has been working with a new design for instructor led online courses that allows us to tackle complex subjects in a virtual course.
Wronski Associates is excited to announce that we have been named to TrainingIndustry.com’s Leadership Companies Watch List for the third year in a row.
Wronski Associates has updated our popular Advanced Excel Workstation Skills course to include a lesson that introduces the use of Macros to automate common tasks which will have the effect of improving quality and efficiency
What is often overlooked when people think about Stanford’s Design Thinking methodology is that it was intended for application to the business in areas far beyond product development.
In our introductory blog post, we mentioned that one aspect of our blog will be to place a spotlight on unique and interesting work being offered within the Wronski Associates network.
We are very excited to announce the launch our new website design!