Become a TBLI in project management
November 14-15 – Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Project management: a survival skill
Project management skills are essential for organizations if they want to survive and thrive . However, project management has become more complex and harder than ever before. Teams are becoming distributed, stakeholder relationships are more sophisticated and richer, and change is a constant rather than the exception.
Part of the problem is the use of linear tools instead of more flexible solutions that let you understand the project both from a global and detail perspective and be able to quickly adapt your plan.
When you use Mind Maps for developing and implementing projects, you increase your effectiveness by 65% according to the research conducted by Dr. Henri Toi in Singapore and Malaysia.
TBLI in project management
You’ll become a Tony Buzan licensed instructor (TBLI) in project management by attending the two-day specialization course. You’ll also reach a senior (1 specialization) or master (2 specializations) Buzan trainer status.
The program provides the tools and processes for teaching your customers (or internal peers) how to manage projects at a world class level by using Mind Mapping combined with other tools such as Gantt charts, backwards planning and agile frameworks.
You’ll guide your customers (internal or external) through the critical steps of the project cycle: from conceptualization to planning, executing, and controlling the project. But significantly better than the traditional linear methods. Following are the main topics that you’ll learn, practice and internalize throughout the certification.
TBLI in project management key themes
Hover your mouse over each topic (or touch the theme on smartphones and touchscreens) to see the description of each theme. The main topics are represented by the branches that radiate from the center of the map (the so-called basic ordering ideas or BOIs) on this Mind Map. There are six BOIs or main topics such as MASTER-MM and INITIATING.
Program director and visiting professor
Tony Buzan is the world-renowned inventor of Mind Mapping and expert on the brain, memory, speed reading, creativity and innovation. Professor Buzan will participate in an online concurrent session of approximately 2 hours where he will present how priorities should be managed and hold a questions and answers session. He has been named as one of the world’s top 5 speakers by Forbes magazine. Through over 40 years of research into the workings of the brain, Tony Buzan is dedicating his life to developing and refining techniques to help individuals think better and more creatively, and reach their full potential. He has awakened the brains of millions worldwide. Described as “one of the most influential leaders in the field of thinking creatively”, Tony utilises his accredited training courses to build a network of highly specialised experts in creative thinking, project management, memory and speed reading techniques.
Jorge Castaneda, PhD
Dr. Castaneda is the CEO of Buzan US and Regional President of the American World Memory Council. He is the inventor of the Root Cause Systemic Mapping methodology for problem solving, the Core Intelligences Leadership Model, and the FISHER technique for applied creativity, which have been widely used in both private corporations and government institutions in different parts of the World. He is the author of the Mind Mapping Techniques and Applications and Mind Mapping in Business Administration textbooks, and co-author (along with Tony Buzan) of The Most Important Graph in the World book (2012). He is also the author of the Multiple Intelligences (2008) and Recall Curves (2007) seminal research. He is one of the three Grandmaster Buzan trainers in the world and holds a PhD in Management Innovation from the Swiss Business School and a Master of Sciences in Operations research from Stanford.