Available courses

Agile is a project management methodology. It focuses on continuous improvement, scope flexibility and quality product delivery. Agile is used as framework to develop products and PLM software. Do you want to learn more? Take this crash course and get to know the basics of agile project management!

Welcome to Reviewing Designs with Autodesk Fusion Team! In this eCourse we'll explore Fusion Team's user interface. We'll get to know the viewer and review tools. Finally, we'll learn to share and comment designs. 

This is a showcase of Share-eLearn's products. It's been created using Autodesk Fusion Team's Free version and using Fusion Team's Help to prepare the materials.

In this course, we'll dive into how internal marketing can boost your PLM initiatives and the exact steps you need to take to create an internal marketing campaign.

Plant or Facility projects are demanding and require enormous volumes of detailed information from various information sources, information structures from different stakeholders, and in most cases also different companies.

This eCourse is an attempt to describe the different information structures and how they tie into each other on a high level. 

Are you new to Product Lifecycle Management (PLM)?

Developing a thoughtful product and data management framework has the potential to transform your organization. In this course, we’ll introduce some key concepts to kick off your journey in Product Lifecycle Management. We’ve put together a PLM basic course for you to the learn the foundation. Let’s get started!

Welcome to PLM Blockchian Course. This is a showcase of Share-eLearn's products. It's been created using a blogpost  about PLM Blockchiain. 

You'll learn what is Blockchain and why does it matter to PLM.

A paradigm is a generally agreed and   shared conceptual structure that people   use to work with a complex subject. It’s a   simple picture that helps them think   about,  describe, analyze and  communicate about the subject. In this   book, the “complex subject” that is   addressed is the management of a   company’s products.  

A paradigm is questioned and tested in everyday work and by everyday experience.