You have brains in your head.
You have feet in your shoes.
You can steer yourself in any direction you choose.
You’re on your own.
And you know what you know.
You are the guy who’ll decide where to go.
I read this article today The Top Microsoft Dynamics Employers and I was pleased to see KPMG Crimsonwing being rated as the number 1 Microsoft Dynamics employer rated by recruitment agency Conspicuous.
I attended training on Core consultancy skills lead by one of my colleagues. I learnt some valuable consultancy skills and I now have some great tools to use. Part of the training involved giving a 2 minute presentation on any topic, we then got feedback from the instructor and the rest of the group. It was a useful session because when watching other people present I was focusing on the content of the presentation but the delivery.
- Stand naturally
- Don’t put your hands in your pockets
- Don’t fidget
- Talk clearly
- Use your hands
- The pacing of a talk is important
I had been reading the book Mastery by Robert Greene and got me thinking about careers and pushing yourself. On the train back from Canary Wharf I wrote up my presentation into the blog post
I enjoyed CRM development but I wanted to challenge myself, learn new skills and get more experience in designing CRM solutions.
Joining KPMG Crimsonwing
I joined KPMG Crimsonwing in November and it has been a whirlwind few months and I have been challenged and pushed harder than any of my earlier roles.
In my 3 months I have attended these training courses
- Attending Azure Architect Training course
- FieldOne Training
- Core Consultancy Training
The training courses were excellent but to attend the training courses I did self learning prerequisites, which helped introduce me to the topics.
After the training I have been able to use the skills learnt during training which has helped reinforce the topics covered.
Colleagues are a great source of information, opinions, best practices and advice. Watching how your colleagues approach tasks can help you assess your approach and the strengths and weaknesses of different approaches.
CRM 2016 Online
A lot of CRM resellers have an attitude of CRM On-premise first and CRM online second. in recent projects the solution has embraced Microsoft strategy of Mobile First, Cloud First
I have been using CRM Online and Azure knowledge to help design cloud solutions. I wrote this article last year
- What are the limitations of Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online and how do you work with them?
- Satya Nadella: Mobile First, Cloud First Press Briefing
CRM online solution need different solutions which need to use Microsoft Azure services, it’s great to be involved in these solutions because the cloud and Azure is the way Microsoft Dynamics solutions will be delivered in increasing number.
FieldOne and Mobile
I have been working with FieldOne and it’s been interesting working on a service solution in CRM. Seeing a mobile application integrate with CRM to offer a great solution is the first time I have seen a mobile application with CRM. I have written about it in the blog post below
Convergence 2015 and 2015 Microsoft Dynamics Inner Circle
It was great seeing the excitement and buzz in the office about Convergence 2015. KPMG were a platinum sponsor and created a great stand and content. What would make it even better is if I can attend next time
- 3 Key Takeaways from Convergence 2015 EMEA
- Convergence 2015 EMEA: Day 1 Update
- Convergence 2015 EMEA: Day 2 Update
- Convergence 2015 EMEA: Day 3 Update
Being a member of the Microsoft Dynamics Inner circle means KMPG Crimsonwing have a good relationship Microsoft.
To become a good CRM professional, it helps working with skilled colleagues to learn from and a leading Microsoft Dynamics CRM company.
KPMG Crimsonwing are working on big exciting CRM projects, using the latest versions of CRM.
If you are good but want to get better, try joining KPMG Crimsonwing to take your career to the next level
Excellence is not a skill. It is an attitude. ~Ralph Marston
The post is the opinions of the Hosk and not the opinions of my employer.