Basics of Project Management for HR's

Business - Jon Kimball

Loaded with true cases from Human Resources (HR) and Staffing ventures, this course presents the idea of Projects, Project Management, and the Tools and Techniques used to oversee ventures.

In this course, we take in the idea of what a Project is by examining a portion of the criteria to decide when work would be viewed as a Project. This prompts a talk on the advantages and disadvantages of utilizing formal task administration techniques to finish extend work. We audit the Project Management Institute's five undertaking administration process gatherings (Initiating, Planning, Executing, Monitoring and Controlling, Closing). At last, we look at a portion of the basic task administration instruments and procedures you may experience in your working environment. The Business case, the Project Charter (and it's significance!), spending administration devices, and more are talked about. Illustrations utilized all through the course concentrate on Human Resource (HR) and Staffing-related ventures.

 

 

Learning Objectives:

  • Explore the difference between a “Project” and “Operations.”
  • Identify the Project Management Institute’s ™ five processes of Project Management.
  • Identify the Triple Constraint model and its impact on project planning.
  • Discover some of the tools and techniques Project Managers use.

Instructor

Jon Kimball

Senior Healthcare Manager

Jon has expertise in technology, strategy, advisory and execution and large program/project management,…

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Instructor

Jon Kimball

Senior Healthcare Manager

Jon has expertise in technology, strategy, advisory and execution and large program/project management,…

Training 5 or more people?

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