Getting started with Q.wiki is a practically oriented training for project managers of new customers, who accompany the introduction of Q.wiki in their company. During the 4-day training we prepare you optimally for the first steps in project organization, technical understanding of Q.wiki and change management. In comprehensive workshops we give you the necessary knowledge for a successful project support and generate the first contents for your interactive management system.
Content of Getting started with Q.wiki
Day 1: 01:00 pm - 17:00 pm
On the agenda: Project organization
- Project goal workshop
- Project roadmap
- Project structure
Day 2: 08:00 am - 17:00 pm
On the agenda: Technical understanding and content structure of Q.wiki
- Introduction to interactive management systems
- User training
- KeyUser training part I
- Structure of interactive management systems
- Process map and second process level
Day 3: 08:00 am - 17:00 pm
On the agenda: Technical understanding of Q.wiki und process management
- KeyUser training part II
- Process management
- Process workshop
Day 4: 08:00 am - 12:00 noon
On the agenda: Change management
- Need for change
- Lines of argument
- Open Q&A session
We train the participants intensively in the technical handling of Q.wiki and enable them to introduce it in their own company. We pass on our experience from more than 400 projects, so project managers can prepare and supervise the implementation of Q.wiki in the best possible way.
Together with the participants, we work out clear project goals and a detailed time schedule tailored to your company. In addition, project managers receive the necessary tools to comprehensively operate Q.wiki and pass on their knowledge to their team. From the process map and process overviews to process descriptions and work instructions, we convey the content structure of an interactive management system; in practical exercises the participants create the first contents on their own. Finally, we will focus on the topic of change management: The project managers will develop lines of argument with which they will counter possible reservations about Q.wiki and the associated cultural change.
- Duration: 24 hours
To simplify the arrival and departure, training times have been scheduled to start at lunch time on the first day and end at lunch time of the last day.
- Costs per person: €1,199
Travel expenses and accommodation are for the participants. Following the confirmation of registration, we will send you budget-friendly accommodation options. Drinks, snacks and lunch are included.
- Possible venues: Aachen and Ulm
- Number of attendees: maximum 10 people
- Do I need certain skills to participate in Getting started with Q.wiki?
No. The training is aimed in particular at new customers and their project managers. Together we go the first steps concerning Q.wiki and its upcoming implementation. However, we recommend that you choose your project manager carefully. He should have the following qualities:
- Strong communication skills
- Organisational talent
- Company Overview
- Affinity to IT
- Does Getting started with Q.wiki replace consultation?
Partially. Getting started with Q.wiki is a cost-effective alternative to the first week of a consulting project. However, the training only conveys basic knowledge that you can and should sensibly supplement with a consulting project according to your internal requirements.
- Q.wiki has already been introduced to my company. Does it still make sense for me to participate in the training?
Partially. Although the training is designed for new customers, it can also be valuable for existing customers – for example, if you want to expand Q.wiki to other company areas or locations or if you plan a restart with Q.wiki.
In which languages is the training offered?
Unfortunately we can excluseviely offer our public trainings in German. Please contact your consultant for an individual training in English.
* We reserve the right to cancel scheduled training at short notice if the minimum number of participants has not been reached.