As an ActionPlanner Certified Trainer (ACT) you are certified to train Users yourself, thereby building Execution Skills in-house!
Just last week the first group of people from a leading Nordic bank kicked off their ActionPlanner Certified Trainer program. The idea is to build up the necessary execution skills in-house, and use ActionPlanner as a common platform to develop Execution Excellence for a team of 100+ employees.
During the certification process the Execution Excellence coaches provides valuable insights and best practices on how to best support the execution process and maximize Benefits Realization.
Veloso’s Execution Excellence Model
The founding father of ActionPlanner, Victor Veloso, has through his 15 years of management consulting experience within the field of Execution Management developed a model. The model comprises the intellectual strategy aspects and emotional people aspects that organizations must go through to achieve Execution Excellence. The model is called the “VEE” model (short for Veloso’s Execution Excellence model) and addresses in particular the leadership, communicative and collaborative aspects of efficient Execution Management.
As an ActionPlanner Certified Trainer you learn to understand important Execution Dynamics with the VEE model and get training in how to efficiently address execution obstacles so progress is insured.
“In Execution Management its all about people, because people is what make things happen. The challenge is that there is not always enough execution talent around. With ActionPlanner, teams can leverage on the available execution talent by visualizing how the best at executing work, and then pass it on to others. This both catalyses and scales the organizations Execution Skills”, says Victor Veloso and continues:
“Many companies are struggling with the challenges in Execution Management. We now offer a combined solution with the train-the-trainer program as a complimentary to our unique ActionPlanner cloud-software. This provides a complete solution to the execution problem and makes the on-boarding cost-efficient for even the largest teams.”