HWR Berlin Students talk Project Management

The master's degree program in Process and Project Management at the Berlin School of Economics and Law sets new standards with PMTalk®

Threon's digital platform PMTalk® enables remote, nonetheless collaborative learning       


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The master's degree program in Process and Project Management at the Berlin School of Economics and Law sets new standards with PMTalk®

Frankfurt, 05.09.2018. As one of the leading companies in the segment of project, program and portfolio management, Threon GmbH and the HWR Berlin offer the students of the master’s degree program “Process and Project Management” the possibility to use the fully digitalized learning solution PMTalk® as a supplement to the attendance lesson as from the winter term 2018/19 on.

Initiation of the Collaborative Learning 4.0 transformation process

Prof. Dr. Peter Wotschke, program director for process and project management, and Karin Beck-Sprotte, HR consultant and management coach, initiated the cooperation in early 2016 on behalf of Threon GmbH with yearly summer camps on topics related to project management. At the end of 2017, it was decided to digitally expand the range of courses offered and to initiate the "Collaborative Learning 4.0" transformation process. The promotion of innovative digital forms of learning reforms the everyday life of the university, as it greatly increases the quality and flexibility of the study.

PMTalk®, the digital learning environment

PMTalk® is used as a fully digitized learning solution. On the platform, individual didactic learning paths with validated content are available to students at all times. In addition, virtual coaches accompany them and promote cooperation in the online community.

Thanks to the collaborative platform PMTalk®, students can network, exchange and learn with each other, regardless of their lectures. In addition, the platform also offers the possibility of sharpening one's profile with a CAPM® certification preparation by the Project Management Institute (PMI) to acquire a key qualification which is in great demand later in life.  

The original press release can be read here.

About the Berlin School of Economics and Law

With more than 11,000 students currently enrolled for a degree programme, the HWR Berlin is one of the major universities of applied sciences in the German capital. It is renowned or its practice-oriented teaching, intensive and diverse research, high quality standards, as well as a strong international orientation.