SimVentions had the honor of being published by the American Society of Naval Engineers (ASNE) for research on the Digital and Cultural Transformation from Document-Centric Tracking to Data-Centric Planning. Matt Wilson and Alison Perry from our Technology Solutions Group used our tool, Informedb, to talk about today’s technology of data-centric planning.
SimV COO, Joe Caliri, shares the importance of career planning. Your career should be about adding value to yourself, your coworkers, and your company.
Jason Rachanow led the 5th and final SimV Academy for the “Presentation Skills” series, speaking on “Handling Nervousness when Presenting.” He told the class about the mental and physical symptoms that accompany nervousness and how to combat them.
The 4th SimV Academy for the Presentation Skills series was given by Michelle Labor on Presentation Packaging. She explained how to engage, connect, and impact your audience to create the perfect package of a presentation.
The 3rd Presentation Skills course was taught by Gail Brooks, who shared how to build presentation content. The class taught everyone how to outline their presentations and create a story that makes content anything but boring.
Agile Fredericksburg's second meetup gave Agile coach, Julie Bright, the opportunity to share her research in ethics of Agile. The topic, Influence vs. Manipulation, was a beneficial class that welcomed anyone, no matter their experience with Agile.
Kat Groves shared the importance of non-verbal aspects for presentations during the second SimV Academy in the Presentation Skills series. She gave the class many helpful tips on how to look and sound confident and prepared.