Frequently Asked Questions
If you have any questions about our project management coaching and mentoring, advisory programs, or events, see below for our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).
The system-thinking approach refers to a group of interdependent elements that shape a unified whole with a particular purpose.
Systems-thinking can help project managers understand cause-and-effect relationships in complex projects where teams must deal with technical or directional uncertainty.
Unlimited viewing of your registered online course is available for eight weeks. Following the eight-week period or completion of your assessment (whichever comes first), you won’t be given a second chance to pass the assessment for the final certificate.
Our digital platform provides a collaborative forum, a resource library, and webinars for registered member of our products. Simply login to gain access.
You will benefit from our training if your organisation lacks a common understanding of good practice, is weak in consistency, and shows poor maintenance of big picture goals.
Yes. Participants who successfully use our techniques at their workplace can become certified associates from the Hooshmand-Intelligence Advisory. This qualification provides access to other thinkers in their community of practice.
Different training courses have different time commitments. Please refer to the individual programs under the Work with Us menu.
Yes. Group discounts are available on a case-by-case basis. Please contact us to discuss.
Our online training courses are available worldwide. Our workshops can be arranged in Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane.