Research & Teaching
Training: Work Productivity
o become more productive, essential is understanding the principles and laws of productivity on the one side and state-of-the-practice on the other side, no matter what the work is. Productivity at the individual level has different rules than on the corporate level. Methods are different. Getting acquainted with these methods and their possible impact on life is the first to achieve more incredible benefits from work while reducing the effort invested. This course will support specific situations, as each environment, start position, and goal are very different from case to case.
Training: Contract Management
Shortly after the project management and conceptualization phase, contract management is in action on projects. The administrative, technical and regulatory aspects of contract management give a complete picture of the provisions that need to be very well known to manage the contract properly. Introduction and practical knowledge of this management make it easier to achieve the set goals. Especially for representatives of public administrations, this knowledge is essential for everyone involved and beyond to be satisfied with the project results.
Training: Construction Regulation
Construction is very specific industry. Projects with a construction component are one of the most demanding, which is not surprising given the requirements set by building regulations—choosing which permit to apply and when to engage an expert is sometimes complex to clarify. Public procurement is an additional supplement that partly defines public projects' time frame and budget. From spatial plan information on the land to possibilities and optimal contracts type, this training will help the public sector decision-makers and private developers in cognition of such settings that must be appreciated on projects.
Training: Sustainability criteria in public projects procurement
Sustainability is a sought-after determinant today. Projects in the planning phase define the sustainability component. In public projects, the critical point is the technical specification in the language of sustainability. But it is a new language with no past and is not easy for those who do not deal with sustainability in projects. Through applicable and measurable sustainability criteria, let’s expose sustainability and find ways to introduce the “act locally, think globally” principle in each technical specification.