François Chung, Ph.D.

Tag: process analysis

Learning how to learn

Learning how to learn

Coursera training, MOOC (2016). Given online by the University of California (US), this training presents the learning techniques and best practices used by experts in art, music, literature, math, science, sports and many other disciplines. No matter what skill levels in given topics, these techniques aim to turbocharge successful learning by giving tips and insights […]

Requirements engineering

Requirements engineering

Coralius training, Belgium (2016). This classroom training is intended to get acquainted with the requirements engineering process as supported by the International Requirements Engineering Board (IREB). Main objectives are to apply learnings and principles to the requirement gathering and analysis (RGA) phase, recognize risks and address them appropriately, as well as gather, analyze, specify, validate […]

Miles configuration training

Miles configuration training

Sofico training, Belgium (2016). This internal classroom training consists in a four-week (15 days) session that focuses on the most common configuration aspects of Miles, which is a scalable, adaptive and flexible end-to-end software for automotive finance, leasing, fleet and mobility management. The training focuses on the hands-on aspects of configuring a Miles environment and […]

Miles functional training

Miles functional training

Sofico training, Belgium (2015). This internal classroom training consists in a five-day session that focuses on the main functional procedures in Miles, which is a scalable, adaptive and flexible end-to-end software for automotive finance, leasing, fleet and mobility management. This training given to new Miles users explains how to manage the entire lifecycle of contracts […]

Introduction to operations management

Introduction to operations management

Coursera training, MOOC (2015). Given online by The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania (US), this training introduces the management skills required to run operations (e.g. to run a restaurant or a hospital). Specifically, the training explains how to improve productivity, increase responsiveness, provide more choice to the customer and deliver higher quality standards. […]