HR Professionals are often asked to lead or play key roles in important projects in the workplace that can cover from the implementation of tools & technology to a broad range of HR Corporate initiatives.
This workshop uses a case study, as well as other tools and engaging resources designed for HR professionals to help them apply the theoretical concepts of the PM discipline. Participants will benefit from a special emphasis on people change management through the project lifecycle.
This 7-hour workshop (6 hours in class, 1 hour self study) is designed for HR professionals to apply to practical situations the theoretical concepts of the PM discipline as outlined by the Project Management Institute (PMI).
This program is offered in three two hour modules over two days.
Session 1: March 3, 2021 (9:00 AM - 11:00 AM)
Session 2: March 3, 2021 (2:00 PM - 4:00 PM)
Session 3: March 4, 2021 (9:00 AM - 11:00 AM)
Key Topics include:
Enterprise environmental factors
Differences in PM approaches such as Waterfall and Agile
The initiation of projects
Project executing, monitoring and controlling
Closing a project
Emphasis on people change management through the project lifecycle is given
Understand the relevance of enterprise environmental factors and project governance for project success
Describe the differences of the two main PM approaches: waterfall vs agile
Explain the five PM Process Groups in a project lifecycle and its relevance to the success of a project: Initiating, Planning, Executing, Monitoring & Controlling and Closing
Identify the knowledge areas associated with the PM Process Groups and key tools and resources to support the effective management of a project
Identify and explain how project metrics and reports help PMs and key stakeholders track and anticipate risks, issues and challenges throughout the project lifecycle
Describe how HR professionals have a key role to play supporting and leading in projects through people change management best practices
Who should attend?
HR professionals / individuals with no previous exposure to PM and/or willing to learn more about the application of PM’s theory and principles in the workplace.