Often, managers in any organization are called upon to train their people in whatever functions they need to be trained in. It might even be said that managers have to sometimes act like jack-of-all-trades who can troubleshoot any part of the system they have jurisdiction over. Problem is, what if the managers themselves need to be trained first? Who trains them then?
One key part of Corporate Management Training would be the Organizational Design and Development Training aspect. Here, corporate managers are asked to learn how to identify the corporate mission of the organization. Not only that, but corporate managers will need to tag what are the specific needs, goals (both short-term and long-term), and the value system of the organization.
To do this properly, corporate managers may need to undergo intensive workshops under a training consultant team. Short-term pain may result in long-term benefits so do not be shy about sending your corporate warriors into seclusion (maybe even in a remote location like a corporate training facility) to learn about this part of Corporate Management Training.
Other things your corporate managers have to determine during such workshops would be how to assess how the organization should be structured, what communication channels work best for the organizational purposes, what human dynamics seem to be in play at all levels of the organization, and whether there is a need to make systems or processes (or both) evolve into more practical set-ups.
Sometimes, Corporate Management Training seems to be the cure-all espoused by many when organizational performance is lagging behind those of the competition. So, these workshops may either be a waste of time, money and resources for the organization; or simply what the corporate doctor ordered.
Course Management is a type of software used by educational institutions to help them manage the courses that they offer to their students while allowing faculty to manage the learners through online communities as well.
One type of Course Management Project Software is the very popular Moodle which is now being used by the University of the Philippines Open University (or UPOU.) The UPOU is the distance learning arm of the University of the Philippines so a Course Management Project Software like Moodle really fits the bill for the UPOU.
The home page of Moodle itself (not the UPOU Moodle system) is at http://moodle.org/. Moodle is actually an Open Source type of software (meaning, anyone can download it at no financial cost it is absolutely free.) The advantage with using Moodle is that any computer can be used to download the Moodle system (even webhosts.) Despite this flexibility, Moodle can be scaled up or down from a minimum of one teacher per site to a maximum of 200,000 students. Not bad for an Open Source product that is free.
On this Moodle home page alone, there are already more than 330,000 users who speak more than 70 languages and are based in 196 countries. This means, to train in Moodle, you need not be skilled solely in English alone. (But at UPOU, the Moodle system is in English.)
To start using Moodle for your organization, you can opt for the online downloads, or you can try the CVS format at Sourceforge.net. There are also books about Moodle to help you with Course Management Project Software Training.