Why facilitation is one of the most important skills for the future.

This month we’re reposting an interview by Douglas Ferguson with Terrence Metz, Managing Director of MG RUSH Facilitation Training. This article originally appeared on voltagecontrol.co. (Reprinted here with Douglas Ferguson’s permission.) Terrence is speaking at our upcoming event — Control the Room: The 1st Annual Austin Facilitator Summit! Taking place at Austin’s Capital Factory on May 23,…

What is Facilitative Leadership?

Facilitative Leadership – How Even Novice Facilitators Can Succeed

Using the principles of Facilitative Leadership, even novice facilitators will succeed if they can: Draw line of sight from the meeting deliverable to the quality of life of the meeting participants. Know where they are going and how to lead. Provide compelling evidence that the meeting will impact the wallet size of participants.  Prove WHY the meeting…

MG RUSH Certified Structured Facilitation Training

MG RUSH Certified, Professional, Endorsed Facilitators are Helping to Solve World Problems

MG RUSH Certified, Professional, Endorsed Facilitators are truly special. Thousands of alumni have earned promotions to executive positions, directorships, and C-level responsibility. MG RUSH facilitators lead groups ranging from the Joint Chiefs of Staff to greenfield initiatives about the genetic bar-coding of zebra meat to prevent illegal poaching. Furthermore, many alumni branch out on their own as independents,…

Customer Moat Cover

“Customer Moat: Unveiling the Secrets of Business Strategy”

Eddie Sung (Author) has released an easily readable book, Customer Moat: Unveiling the Secrets of Business Strategy, that some might call a primer. Although his discussion does not break new ground (like “Blue Ocean Strategy), he brings life and enjoyable reading to the basics of profit building, illustrating the complex interrelationship of customer voice mixed…

Program Management Illustrated by Mackenzie's Management Process in 3-D

Differences Between Skills of Project and Program Management

Close analysis of the PMBOK® version5 suggests that all skills required for effective project management are also required for program management. The differences between project management and program management reflect the prioritization and relative importance of skills to each role. At a high-level, both project management and program management require: Conceptual skills Design skills Human skills Technical skills However,…