Frequently Asked Questions
In simple terms, systems engineering has emerged as a way to translate customer needs and requirements into complex, engineered solutions.
Project management is the discipline of planning, organizing, and managing resources to bring about the successful completion of specific project goals and objectives.
Cost, schedule, and quality are project constraints; the real goal is managing stakeholder requirements to ensure that their needs are met with acceptable levels of risk. Requirements and risk management are used to drive and justify cost, schedule, and quality; systems engineering and project management work hand in hand to achieve these goals.
In an AON survey, respondents ranked “opportunities for personal growth” as the main reason they took their current job and stayed in that job. Significantly, they ranked it ahead of salary.
According to a study by Louis Harris & Associates for Interim Services Inc., companies that fail to train their employees are more than three times as likely to lose them.
“What’s worse than training your workers and losing them? Not training them and keeping them.” —Zig Ziglar, success speaker
5 Reasons to Choose Reed
Flexibility – Let us know what format fits yours schedule and we’ll make it work. Weekdays, weekends, and evenings.
Convenience – Your people won’t have to leave their workplace.
Reduced Training Expenses – We provide materials, instructors, and all course related costs in one price.
Quality – As a PMI Registered Education Provider, Reed is required to abide by PMI established quality assurance criteria.