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TRIG Talent趣科公开课3月大奉献—向Intel和iOS致敬

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TRIG Training for Innovation
Aims at training management and staff to design better solutions and to successfully face challenges related to the business environment.
11
24-2015
TRIG Training for Innovation

by Dr. Nir Ben Lavi 

 

Systematic Innovation Open workshop
 

系统性创新公开课                  

 

Follow successful workshops with VMware, Intel R&D centers, Sandisk, Volvo Holdings, Abbott Pharmaceuticals France Telecom Holdings and numerous other corporates over the last two years, TRIG Talent together with the Adizes Institute Worldwide open registration for a public workshop at Shanghai.

The workshop is exclusive for corporate professionals such as: business managers, technical managers, engineers, product managers, sales managers.

 

Date:  24-25 Nov 2015

 

Location: 

  • GRAND MERCURE  上海虹桥雅高美爵酒店  
  • No. 369 Xian Xia Road, Shanghai  上海市仙霞路369号

 

Workshop Flow & Agenda:

  • Registration - limited seats!
  • Case preparation completion (off line) - teams and individuals - by November 16-20

 

Workshop Syllabus:

Day 1:

  • Israel as a Start-Up Nation, overview - Israeli deputy consul general
  • The Systematic Innovation (SI) methodology -  introduction
  • Case studies review – how engineering, business development, strategic planning and problem solving were reinvented with Systematic Innovation

Day 2:

  • Applying the SI methodology on self-case studies - Guided work in parallel teams of:
    -  R&D and engineering teams
    -  Business development and strategic planning teams
  • Applying methodology on self-case study - Guided work
  • Solution Presentation and summary

 

About Dr. Nir Ben-Lavi:

large_7878787_0.jpgDr. Nir Ben Lavi, author of the book Boosting Innovation,  co-author of the Adizes book Empowering Meetings – A How-To Guide for Any Organization and serves as the Global Director of Innovation at the Adizes Institute worldwide. He is a serial entrepreneur, founder of the Adizes support software division and leader of Adizes worldwide projects. Nir's Ph.D. research study in the field of computerized Dispute Resolution led to the development of revolutionary, unique worldwide dispute resolution software that was adopted by the United Nations as managerial work tool. Nir serves as Editor-in-Chief of the MeDecision Journal - a multidisciplinary journal devoted to the improvement of decision making in the Health Sector and is one of the most sought after experts in Israel, having presented customized keynotes and seminars to audiences of thousands of professionals. His long career as a predictive profiler as well as a Systematic Innovation expert serve the Adizes Institute clients worldwide. In his free time he prefers to spend time with his family, jog, read books and watch Science Fiction movies. Nir resides in Tel Aviv, Israel with his spouse, kids, dog and a cat.


Click here for more information on Systematic Innovation special lecture on Beijing TID 2015
 

Price: 

  • 6200 RMB per person
  • 'Early bird': 6000 RMB per person (before 11th Nov)
  • Corporate groups (above 5 for TRIG Talent customers): 5700 RMB per person. Contact your account manager. 

 

Contact Us: 

Please contact with your account manager to book the seats or contact us:marketing@trig-talent.com ,  021-6472 3067 for more information about this event.

Electronics and Hardware Development Training Program
Get access to the top industry knowledge available worldwide. Instructors are worldwide known awarded experts.
03
29-2017
Electronics and Hardware Development Training Program

 

Electronics and Hardware Development Training Programs

 

TRIG introducing:

 

  • Electronics Design
  • GPS & Satellite Technologies
  • HW Development Programming
  • Internal Communication Improvement for Electronics Companies

 

Get access to the top industry knowledge available worldwide

Instructors are worldwide known awarded experts, leaders in their fields  - now available also in china -

Specially customized programs according to industry needs and based on many years of best practice

 

 =  Advanced EMC Courses  = 

 

 

Course Name:  Designing High Speed Digital Circuits for EMC Compliance

 

Duration: 3-5 Days

Descrption:  

The proper design of printed circuit boards (PCBs) is a cost effective approach for the control of EMI in high speed circuits. Also, it is a necessity for ensuring the proper performance of the system. Course Objectives: This comprehensive Course provides the trainees with the necessary tools for identification, analysis and understanding of the electromagnetic phenomena in printed circuit boards, and in particular - in high speed digital printed circuit boards. In addition, the Course is intended to teach the engineering know-how and analytical methods for enabling the engineer to design the product in order to achieve the necessary EMC compliance.

 

 

Course Name:  Electromagnetic Interference Diagnostics and Troubleshooting: Achieving Compatibility (EMC)

 

Duration: 3 Days

Descrption: 

This three-day comprehensive Course provides the trainees with the proper approach and “strategic approach”, procedural steps and the investigation tools for the investigation, diagnosis and understanding of the electromagnetic interference phenomena in electrical and electronic equipment and systems, and the subsequent troubleshooting methodology and tools.

 

 

Course Name:  Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Design and Testing of Aerospace Systems and Installations

 

Duration: 4 Days

Descrption:  

This four-day comprehensive Course provides the trainees with the necessary tools for identification, analysis and understanding of the electromagnetic phenomena in electrical and electronic equipment and systems as well as platform EMC design, integration and testing, pertaining to aerospace systems. In addition, the Course is intended to teach the engineering know-how practices enabling the engineer to design the airborne system and its successful integration on the airborne platform, in order to achieve the necessary EMC compliance.

 

 

Course Name:  Grounding & Shielding: The Essence of EMC Design

 

Duration: 3 Days

Descrption: 

This three-day comprehensive course provides the trainees with the necessary tools for identification, analysis and understanding of the electromagnetic phenomena related to electronic equipment and system-level grounding and shielding. This course is intended to shed some light on the concepts and pitfalls of the grounding and shielding - two essential and inseparable concepts in EMC design.

 

 

Course Name:  Designing Switch Mode Power Supplies for EMC Compliance

 

Duration: 2 Days

Descrption: 

This two-day comprehensive course provides the trainees with the necessary tools for identification, analysis and understanding of the electromagnetic phenomena in switch mode power supplies and their associated circuits.

 

 

Course Name:  Designing Switch Mode Power Supplies for EMC Compliance

 

Duration: 2 Days

Descrption: 

This two-day comprehensive course provides the trainees with the necessary tools for identification, analysis and understanding of the electromagnetic phenomena in switch mode power supplies and their associated circuits.

 

 

Course Name:  Understanding MIL-STD-461F & MIL-STD-464A: A Survival Guide for EMC From Equipment to System

 

Duration: 2 Days

Descrption: 

This two-day comprehensive course provides the trainees with the understanding of the equipment and system-level EMC requirements, as outlined in MIL-STD-461E and MIL-STD-464, the inter-relationship between the two and the manner of using those standards for defining the necessary requirements for the particular system. It is particularly intended to shed some light on the manner and basis for tailoring EMC requirements for achieving risk-free yet - cost-effective EMC design.

 

 

Course Name:  Wiring and Cable Design - Avoid 'Front Door EMI'

 

Duration: 2 Days

Descrption: 

This two-day comprehensive Course provides the trainees with the necessary tools for identification, analysis and understanding of the electromagnetic phenomena related to electronic equipment cables and wiring design and installation.

 

 

Course Name:  Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) for Mechanical and Packaging Engineers

 

Duration: 2 Days

Descrption: 

This two-day comprehensive Course provides the trainees with the necessary tools for identification, analysis and understanding of the electromagnetic phenomena related to enclosure and installation design of electrical and electronic equipment.

 

 

Course Name:  Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Basics For Procurement Agencies and Project Managers

 

Duration: 2 Days

Descrption: 

This two-day comprehensive Course provides the trainees with the comprehension of the electromagnetic phenomena and the necessary tools for identification, analysis and understanding the various interference modes.

 

 

 =  Core EMC Course  = 

 

 

Course Name:  Fundamentals of Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) - Designing for Compliance

 

Duration: 3-5 Days

Descrption: 

This comprehensive Course provides the trainees with the necessary tools for identification, analysis and understanding of the electromagnetic phenomena in electrical and electronic equipment and systems.

 

 

 =  VHDL and Verilog  = 

 

 

Course Name:  Introduction to VHDL

 

Duration: 5 Days

Descrption: 

The course is designed to give knowledge and skills in writing VHDL designs, including an understanding of the special structure of the language and syntax of common designs. As well, the participants in the course will learn how to write Test Benches.

 

 

Course Name:  Advance VHDL

 

Duration: 5 Days

Descrption: 

This course designed to provide advanced knowledge and high skills in VHDL. The course also provides skills of using:

  • Sub - Routines and Libraries
  • VHDL file I/O
  • Advanced FSM
  • Attributes
  • Design Management and Reuse
  • Synchronization and Data Transfer between Clock Domains
  • Area/Speed Constraining

Low Power Design issues

 

 

Course Name:  System Verilog for Design & Verification

 

Duration: 5 Days

Descrption: 

SystemVerilog is the next generation language for Chip Design and verification. It is the only language that covers both requirements for chip design & verification. SystemVerilog is supported by IEEE and is an IEEE standard.

  • Introduction to SystemVerilog
  • Verification Methodology Overview
  • SystemVerilog Syntax
  • Driving and Receiving Data
  • Object Oriented Programming (OOP)
  • Constrained-Random Generation
  • SVA – System verilog Assertions
  • Functional Coverage

Verification Testbench

 

 

Course Name:  Verilog Hardware Description Language

 

Duration: 5 Days

Descrption: 

The Verilog hardware description language plays a key role in design flows for ASICs and FPGAs. It has become common in design and also in verification. It is increasingly important that people involved with hardware design have knowledge in this language mainly for three reasons:

  • Using verilog HDL enables to deal with very complex designs of millions of transistors very easily in a way the design becomes modular and easy to maintain
  • Verilog reduced the design cycle time and hence reduces costs and risks

Verilog is an IEEE standard language

 

 

Course Name:  High Speed Board Design & Signal Integrity‎

 

Duration: 6 Days

Descrption: 

The High Speed Board Design Course explores the High Speed Media and Technologies, based on academic facts, design examples, simulation examples, DEMOs, and hands-on Workshops. This course is essential for Hardware Design Engineers who seek to tell apart the superstitious beliefs from physical facts.

 

 

Course Name:  Thermal Design of Electronic System Course

 

Duration: 5 Days

Descrption: 

The Thermal course aim is to give thermal packaging knowledge to mechanical engineers. It will help them to understand the thermal problems, to recognize the complicity of the problem and to solve the simple ones.

 

 

Course Name:  Electronics for Software Engineers - HW4SW

 

Duration: 5 Days

Descrption: 

This course is essential for Software Design Engineers who seek to understand all missing and misunderstood terms and methods of the Electronics. Graduates will be able to look into electronics design and schematics and understand it thoroughly, and sometimes will be able to suggest alternative solutions (based on the graduates feedbacks). The purpose of this course is to introduce and explain the meaning of many common “buzz” words as follows: Term Definition, Application Examples, Class Exercises, (including a hands on workshop).

 

 

Course Name:  Electronics for non-Electrician

 

Duration: 5 Days

Descrption: 

These course aims to increase contribute of many employees that work together with the HW engineers within the company but have less professional background in electronics. Functions such as: Purchasing managers, marketing managers, product managers, logistics, sales managers, SW engineers and HR and more – will gain understanding to be able to communicate more easily and increase their contribution.

 

 

Course Name:  Electronics for non-Electrician

 

Duration: 5 Days

Descrption: 

These course aims to increase contribute of many employees that work together with the HW engineers within the company but have less professional background in electronics. Functions such as: Purchasing managers, marketing managers, product managers, logistics, sales managers, SW engineers and HR and more – will gain understanding to be able to communicate more easily and increase their contribution.

 

For more information, please feel free to contact TRIG team.

Mail:  training@trig-talent.com

Shanghai Tel:  +86-21-64723067        Beijing Tel:  +86-10-85868820

High Speed Board Design Training
This course is essential for Hardware Design Engineers who seek to tell apart the superstitious beliefs from physical facts.
07
15-2015
High Speed Board Design Training

High speed board design & signal integrity

 

About The High Speed Board Design Course (6 days)

 

Contemporary components employ advanced technologies to achieve high speeds. Hence, most new applications are advanced High Speed systems. Those high speed signals sometimes act like RF signals, whereas most Hardware Engineers are equipped with more than 20 years old "rules of thumb".

 

  • Are the "rules of thumb" valid in your application?
  • Do you know on which assumptions are they based?
  • Do you know their origins?
  • Do you understand them?
  • Do they comply with your system requirements?

 

The High Speed Board Design Course explores the High Speed Media and Technologies, based on academic facts, design examples, simulation examples, DEMOs, and hands-on Workshops.

This course is essential for Hardware Design Engineers who seek to tell apart the superstitious beliefs from physical facts.

 

 

Who Should Attend?

 

  • Hardware Practical Engineers
  • Design Engineers
  • Team Leaders
  • Project Managers and PCB Layout Designers

 

 

Instructor:  David Tash – Founder & CEO

David Tash founded dgtronix in 2008 and is the company CEO. Coupled with a strong technical and business background, David leads the dgronix team with over two decades of hardware design and development experience.

His expertise includes digital high-speed board design, analog design, power supply design, signal/power integrity simulations, VHDL/Verilog design (FPGA and CPLD), and regulatory design compliance and testing.

Prior to dgtronix, David held the position of HW Director, Slyde Technologies, a multimedia-on-wireless provider. His previous positions included Senior HW Development Engineer, Flexlight Networks, actively involved in the area of GPON; Senior HW Development Engineer, Silicom (part of the RAD Group), dedicated to SAN communications systems; Digital HW Development Engineer, Atrica (NSN), an optical communications company with a focus on 10G Ethernet, and Digital HW Development Engineer, Orckit Communications (Corrigent), a leading xDSL system provider.

David lectures on advanced High-Speed Board Design and Electronics at the Hi-Tech College, Israel. He holds a B.Sc. (TE) in Electrical Engineering and an MBA, both from Tel Aviv University.

TRIG Cross-Cultural Training
Tomorrow`s business challenges are less technical than they are cultural. Culture must be managed just like any other business phenomenon.
07
16-2015
TRIG Cross-Cultural Training

 

Your English is great yet your work with colleagues abroad is not running smoothly… 

 

You feel like you know what needs to be done,  yet it takes too long to communicate this with your foreign managers…

 

International customers do not “buy in” your ideas?


 

In  1 world

 

TRIG Cross Culture Training Services

 

 

 

Instructor:     Margo Paz   (The CEO of globaleyes)

 

 

For over 20 years, Margot has conducted cross-cultural workshops at multinational companies in the USA, Canada and many countries in Europe and Asia. Margot is one the world’s foremost authorities on improving communications with colleagues and customers from different cultures and successfully overcoming cultural gaps.

She has a very rare understanding of the challenges facing people who work in multinational companies, as she founded and managed the in-house Cross Cultural Department at Amdocs, the largest software company in Israel. This is a concept that exists in very few companies around the world.

 

* All the sessions are in modular form to enable customers to choose and combine different modules according to their specific needs

 

 

[ Generic training –“Developing a Global Mindset” ]

 

Methodologies: Lecture, half day workshop, full day workshop

Provides you with:

•     Knowledge of culture’s key components and their impact on global business

•     Increased awareness of the skills needed to work effectively in a global environment

•     A cross-cultural mindset that will facilitate business interactions across cultures

 

Contents

•     5 steps to reach Cross Cultural awareness and sensitivity

•     Understanding of personal, national and corporate cultures

•     Key cross-cultural values and behaviors: how do they influence business interactions?

•     Skills, strategies and tips for working globally

•     Understanding the concept of “Professionalism” in different cultures

 

 

[ Country Specific training –An example “Working with Americans” ]

 

Methodologies: Lecture, half day workshop, full day workshop

Provides you with:

•     An understanding of the core values of the Americans and how these cultural values affect the workplace

•     An appreciation of the similarities and differences between the two cultures

•     An opportunity to develop honest and direct lines of communication with American colleagues

•     An opportunity to develop skills and techniques to overcome the cultural gaps

 

Example of Contents:

•     Learning about the Americans through their idioms and slang

•     Similarities and differences between Israeli and American cultures

•     How do the differences in culture influence what happens in the team?

•     The core cultural values of Americans and their impact on ongoing interactions with Israelis

•     American and Israeli communication styles –misunderstandings and challenges

•     How Americans perceive Israelis(positive and challenging elements)

•     Building trust and relationships with American colleagues

•     Tips and techniques for overcoming the cultural barriers

 

Countries and areas we cover:

 

AMERICAS                           

• USA

• Canada

• Mexico

• Latin America

• South America

• South Africa

• Australia

 

ASIA                           

• Japan

• China

• Korea

• India

• Taiwan

• Malaysia

• Singapore

 

EUROPE                           

• UK

• Ireland

• France

• Germany

• Holland

• Italy

• Eastern Europe

• Russia

• Turkey

• Denmark

• Spain

• Switzerland

 

 

[ Country Specific training – “Working with Israelis” ] – Training in the foreign culture and Incoming Relocation

 

Methodologies: Lecture, half day workshop, full day workshop, One-on-One Consultation

Provides you with:

•     An understanding of the core values of the Israelis and how these cultural values affect the workplace

•     An appreciation of the similarities and differences between the two cultures

•     An opportunity to develop honest and direct lines of communication with Israeli colleagues

•     An opportunity to develop skills and techniques to overcome the cultural gaps

 

Contents

•     Similarities and differences between Israeli and other cultures

•     How do these differences influence what happens in the team?

•     The core cultural values of Israelis and their impact on ongoing interactions with other cultures

•     Communication styles –misunderstandings and challenges

•     How the other culture is perceived by Israelis (positive and challenging elements)

•     Tips and techniques for overcoming the cultural barriers

 

 

[ The Cross Cultural implications of working in Virtual Global Teams ]

 

Methodology: Half day and full day workshops

Provides you with:

•     An understanding of cultural diversity and its impact on Virtual Global Teams

•     Methodologies required to interact with multi-cultural peers and subordinates

•     Techniques to enhance team spirit and motivation, trust and empathy

•     Tools to improve cross-cultural communication

•     Coping strategies for overcoming cultural gaps in the team

 

Contents:

•     Cross Cultural challenges in Virtual Global teams – what are they and how do you solve them?

•     Cultural values and attitudes and their impact on the cross-cultural workplace

•     Communication: cross-cultural styles and expectations in multicultural teams

•     Virtual communication: practical challenges and strategies

•     How to build and maintain trust within a cross-cultural team

 

 

[ The cultural implications of Managing Virtual Global Teams ]

 

Methodology: Half day workshop and full day workshops

Provides you with:

•     An understanding of the different cultural attitudesto Management and Leadership

•     Improved communication skills to positively interact and lead subordinates, colleagues and counterparts in a global context

•     Concrete tools and strategies to improve leadership and develop long-term relationships with global subordinates

•     Guidance on how to leverage cultural differences and maximize the potential of a multicultural team

 

Contents:

•     Evaluating your cultural management style

•     The effective manager – cross cultural views

•     Tools and techniques to create a “third culture” to improve team cohesion

•     Building trust and maintaining motivation – tips and tools for creating a cooperative and harmonious team spirit

•     Communication styles within the virtual team

•     Making virtual meetings a success – 10 essential rules for successful virtual meeting

•     Giving feedback and evaluating employees

 

 

[ The Cross Cultural Challenges of M&A’s ]

 

Methodology: Half day workshop and full day workshops

Provides you with:

•     An understanding of how culture impacts on M&A’s

•     Ideas for creating synergy amongst individuals with diverse cultural values

•     Tips and techniques for resolving conflicts based on cultural misunderstandings

 

Contents:

•     Understanding the role of national and corporate cultures in M&A’s

•     Intercultural due diligence

•     Cross Cultural skills for the implementation process

•     Building trust and relationships between the various cultures

•     Creating a “new” corporate culture

•     Cross-cultural management skills

 

 

[ Cross cultural HR dilemmas in M&A’s ]

 

Methodology: Lecture and half day workshop

Provides you with:

•     Useful insights into the impact of culture on the HR process

•     An understanding of cross cultural dilemmas in M&A’s

•     Guidance on how to leverage cultural differences and maximize the potential of a Global organization

 

Contents:

•     The concept of professionalism across cultures

•     “Think Global, act Local” –adapting HR processes to different cultures

•     Different cultural perspectives of HR processes –from recruiting and interviewing to evaluating and motivating

•     Understanding diverse work environments and their implications for HR

•     The art of creating a “new” organization –“the value is in the differences”

 

 

[ Cross Cultural Communication ]

 

Methodology: is best administered over a period of time with regular, short, focused training sessions.

Provides you with:

•     Guidelines for Communication across cultures

•     Understanding barriers to Cross Cultural Communication, and developing strategies for overcoming them

•     Understanding of the major sources of intercultural conflicts which are based on poor communication and strategies for dealing with them

•     Practical tools and skills for communicating on an ongoing basis with peers, clients and suppliers of other cultures

 

Contents:

•     How communication differs across cultures

•     Not speaking Hebrew in English

•     How to soften and pad your language

•     Professional emails, phone calls, videoconferencing and face-to-face communication

•     The impact of body language and voice tones on communication

•     How to give feedback with causing “loss of face”

•     How to overcome objections appropriately

•     How to get results without destroying the relationship – it’s all about communication

•     How to turn negative into positive language

 

 

[INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS BEHAVIOR” ]

 

OBJECTIVES

•     Understand the concept of professionalism in a global environment

•     Develop skills necessary to generate positive impressions necessary in today’s competitive business arena

•     Improve and practice both verbal and non-verbal communication skills

•     Create a successful business image

 

CONTENTS:

•     5 steps to Cross Cultural Awareness and Sensitivity

•     The concept of “Professionalism” in different cultures

•     First impressions & how critical they are-greetings, introductions, business cards, handshakes

•     Cross Cultural Communication –turning negative to positive, small talk, giving feedback, understanding other communication styles, emails, phone

•     Communication, becoming an “active” listener

•     Functional language (apologies, disagreement, stating opinions, avoiding conflict, suggestions)

•     Codes of behavior in formal meetings and presentations with executives & customers

•     Dress codes for different business situations-formal, casual

Do and Do Not's

 

The proposed session is highly interactive and methods include frontal lectures, video clips, group discussions and, simulations.

 

 

[ The Art of Networking and Relationship building in Business ]

 

Methodology: Half day and full day workshops

Provides you with:

•     Effective strategies to establish personal relations with your new colleagues

•     Techniques to enhance face-to-face and virtual interactions

•     Practical skills on how to break stereotypes and create the right first impression

•     The ability to enhance your “small-talking” skills

•     Guidelines on global etiquette

•     Tools to improve confidence and presence

 

Contents:

•     How to break stereotypes and make the right first impression

•     Tips on dress codes and “blending in”

•     Establishing credibility – introducing yourself and others – “Your 30 second elevator pitch”

•     The ABC of small talk and how to do it

•     Simulations of different small talk situations – before a meeting starts, logging into a conference call, over lunch, during a coffee break, when there is tension

•     Wining and Dining across cultures

 

 

[ Negotiating to Win in the Global World ]

 

Methodology: Half day and full day workshops

Provides you with:

•     Greater understanding of the cultural implications of negotiating across cultures

•     The ability to adapt existing negotiation skills ina global context

•     Awareness of the communication challenges when using negotiation skills in a global context

•     Practical strategies for preparing for and achieving successful negotiations

 

Contents:

•     Key negotiation styles and strategies of different cultures

•     Implications of negotiating across cultures

•     Communication styles for international negotiations

•     Step-by-step approach to global negotiations

•     A look at the use of humor in negotiations

•     Tips and tricks on how to avoid failed negotiations

 

 

[ Presentation skills for presenting in the Global workplace ]

 

Methodology: Full day workshop and 2 day workshop

Provides you with:

•     The tools and Communication skills needed to represent your Company professionally

•     The skills and tools necessary to create and deliver an effective presentation

•     The ability to establish credibility with an audience

•     Techniques, tips and tricks to ensure you are interesting and dynamic

 

Contents:

•     The presenter –expectations and credibility

•     A cultural perspective of presentations

•     Using English as an international language

•     Use of humor

•     Non-verbal communication styles

•     Preparation and delivery

•     Presentation practice and skill enhancement

 

Participants are expected to make a series of mini presentations to exhibit the skills learned

 

 

[ Trade Shows & Exhibitions ]

 

Contents:

•     Using English as an international language

•     Non-verbal communication styles

•     Preparation and delivery

•     The ability to enhance your “small-talking” skills

•     Tools to improve confidence and presence

 

 

[ The “Art of Team Building” ] – A Culture and Art Based Training for a Team Activity

 

Contents:

•     A short lecture about the meaning of Symbols and Colors used in various cultures

•     Group Exercise -“Acting as cultural guides”–each culture in their own cultural group

•     Define your culture –by giving 4-5 of your cultural values and be ready to discuss them

•     How do these values impact on the way you work, think, make decisions, deal with conflict etc? Give examples, preferably from your experiences as part of this team

•     Which values do you think could be defined by people of other cultures as “challenging?” (Exercise in empathy)

•     Give 3 practical tips to your colleagues about how they can overcome the cultural barriers and create trust and credibility with people of your culture

•     T shirt Activity –Create a T shirt to depict your culture –the exercise must include a logo (in the form of a symbol) and a “motto” which is relevant to your culture (These must be original)

•     Advertisement exercise –Now that you understand more about the other culture, create an advert (with graphics and words) to depict one of your colleague’s culture/s –a wonderful way to make a bridge of understanding between cultures!

 

Please note that the activity is built in modules to enable the customer to choose the most suitable activities for their team in terms of time available and number of participants

TRIG Product Design and Development
The course provides common industry techniques for building successful products.
07
16-2015
TRIG Product Design and Development

 

TRIG presents Product Development Courses

 

 

 

The art of building successful products

 

The course provides common industry techniques for building successful products. Participants expand their knowledge regarding the roles and responsibilities of the product manager, and gain practical tools for implementing product management techniques within their companies. In order to maximize utilization of course’s topics, we encourage our participants to discuss their company / products specific challenges during the sessions and utilize the Q&A sessions to further discuss open issues.

 

Topics:

 

  • Product management roles and responsibilities
  • The Agile product manager
  • PMsphere Framework for new product process
  • Market and competitive analysis
  • Product planning and prioritization
  • Persona, Scenario and High level requirements
  • User experience
  • Requirements excellence, PRD, MRD and Use Cases
  • Product Launch
  • Voice of customer

 

 

Product Management

 

The product manager is the company expert in the product, and represents the demands of the market and customers to the development team. Product management specializes in the product itself. It includes responsibility for the definition of new and existing products, management of product requirements, specifications and definition of its features (based on the needs of the market and the customers, covering the entire evolvement plan of the product, along time.

 

Topics:

 

  • Function and role of the product manager
  • Product strategy definition
  • Product Planning process
  • Product Requirements Management
  • Working with Sales and Development (covering different development methodologies like Agile, waterfall and others)
  • The Voice of the customer
  • Development of personal skills
  • More...

 

 

Product Marketing Management

 

Product marketing management specializes in the marketing aspects of the product. It includes, in the inbound part, responsibility for identifying market opportunities, understanding market trends and needs and competition. On the outbound part it covers creating market awareness and deals with product positioning, market planning, methods of product distribution, cooperative agreements with other companies, and the training of marketing and sales personnel in marketing topics related to the product.

 

Topics:

 

  • Function and role of the product marketing manager
  • Market Analysis and Business Case
  • Competitive Analysis
  • Market Requirements Management
  • Market and product launch plans
  • Lead generation
  • Development of personal skills
  • More...

 

 

 

Expert Instructor - Mr. Leon Malalel

 

Mr. Leon Malalel is a Product management veteran with extensive experience in global, multi-national enterprises and SMB; with over 30 years of experience in hi-tech companies in multiple positions of development, marketing and product management. Leon has a rich experience with assisting companies in selecting, defining, training and implementing product management teams, best practice and processes; establishing and managing product management groups in high tech companies. Leon has vast experience in the Telco/Communications Services Provider (CSP) and human capital management markets.

 

 

Expert Instructor - Mr. Gil Finer

 

Competence Development Manager at Nokia Siemens Networks: Developed unique and new worldwide Soft Communication Skills trainings, such as: Service skills, Presentation skills, Team Formation, Soft Communication Skills.

His training will lead you to:

Reach business success in new changing global economy, Make the change and adopt yourself to global new world, Will guide you how to tune your perception and incorporate it into your personal and business life, You'll be equipped with new value-added tools to be individually used and immediately!, You'll be amazed to find such ideas and their absolute relevancy to our global changing world of business.

 

 

Many other technical management training is available such as Business Analysis, Customer service skills training, Effective presentation skills training which will also complement the Produce Management.

 

*All Courses can be customized to fit specific development scope, environment and tools in hand. 
Order training course now and enrich all developers knowledge & skills!

TRIG Talent Development

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TRIG enables its customers to Recruit and Develop Talent by providing quality Training solutions and cutting edge Assessment Technologies. 

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