Lead Global Digital Projects (MIS 3535) covers the scope of all things project management. I expanded upon my classroom learning by taking “Learning Design Thinking: Lead Change in Your Organization” and “Microsoft Project 2016 Essential Training” through LinkedIn Learning. In “Learning Design Thinking: Lead Change in Your Organization”, I learned more about design thinking, creative collaboration, and advanced thinking, all of which will be extremely useful in any project I take on post-graduation. In “Microsoft Project 2016 Essential Training”, I learned the ins-and-outs of Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Word for project management. This went in detail about project files, creating tasks, linking and timing tasks, creating resources, assigning tasks to resources, views, project schedules, tracking a project, viewing and reporting project information, and sharing projects. This course was more on the technical side of project management, where the tasks are defined in a spreadsheet and monitored accordingly. In tandem with design thinking, project training will be able to support the conceptual side of project management with technical material.