Thu, Apr 11


Mountainland Technical College: Lehi Cam

High Collaboration Frameworks for Managers

High Collaboration Frameworks are a very effective way do value-added work that results in better quality compared to the traditional way. This allows you to make better decisions and to focus on improving your organization as well as the relationship with your customer.

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High Collaboration Frameworks for Managers

Time & Location

Apr 11, 2019, 9:00 AM – Apr 12, 2019, 5:00 PM

Mountainland Technical College: Lehi Cam, 2301 Ashton Blvd, Lehi, UT 84043, USA

About The Event

This event runs:

    April 11: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
    April 12: 9:00 AM to Noon

High Collaboration Frameworks (HCFs) are tools designed to conduct professional value-added activities in ways that minimize or eliminate collaboration dysfunctions to obtain high quality results from such activities. The purpose is to solve a problem, train, educate, persuade or conduct other activities whose purpose is not entertainment.

Reduced to its formal essence, a collaboration framework is an activity among two or more independent decision-makers seeking to achieve their objectives in some limiting context.

This Training focuses on collaboration frameworks useful to knowledge work managers, be them technical or non-technical.

Learning objectives​

  • Understand the advantages of High Collaboration Frameworks
  • Be capable of applying the collaboration frameworks covered here
  • Understand the roles of facilitation and observation
  • Be capable of facilitating and observing
  • Learn the collaboration frameworks covered here
  • Understand and apply data gathering, processing and interpretation

Am I Eligible? This certification course is open to leaders, managers and directors. There's no prerequisite.

Duration: Ten hours (7 on day one and 3 on day two).

Training Agenda

  1. Introduction to High Collaboration Frameworks
  2. Background​
  3. Definitions
  4. Moderation
  5. The facilitator and facilitation​​
  6. The observer​ and observation
  7. The human factor and feel-o-meter
  8. Materials
  9. Understanding the state of quality, risk, and the project (Lighthouse, Sailboat)
  10. Human resources identification and allocation (Dating game)
  11. Effectiveness of value flow throughout the value chain (Tug of war)
  12. Rapid requirements generation, categorization and prioritization (K2)
  13. Project or Feature prioritization during program or project planning (VRE prioritization)
  14. Execution breakdown (Story flow mapping)
  15. Introspection at team and team-member level (Moi Map)
  16. Retrospectives (Starfish, Timeline, Radar)
  17. Project Canvas
  18. High Collaboration Frameworks online
  19. Data gathering, processing and interpretation





  • 675


    Valid until March 8, 2019




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