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Project Management for Human Resources: 3 Day In-Person Seminar - HRCI & SHRM Approved Event

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Project Management for Human Resources: 3 Day In-Person Seminar - HRCI & SHRM Approved Event


 

COURSE DESCRIPTION 

HR Managers are asked to juggle a wide variety of assignments and add on special ones as needed. In many companies, the people, who formerly performed specialized tasks, are gone, along with their expertise. The work still needs to be done and HR Managers are called on to take on this work as a 'project.' The 'project' is added to an already full schedule, major decisions have been made elsewhere, and you may have no team to carry out the work. Most HR folks are not trained as project managers and may struggle with getting everything done effectively and efficiently. The basics of project management are universal and many of the tools are easy to use. Get the results your organization expects applying these fundamental approaches to tackle special assignments and integrate all your assignments into a project you manage productively and systematically.

You are already good at getting different stakeholders to cooperate because of your excellent communication skills. Build on these and use more sophisticated tools to get project results. Continually improve your existing skills in project management, communication, understanding human nature, and working across organizational lines. As you lead more successful projects, you will have new challenges. Be ready to take a deeper dive into advanced project management standards and their application to your situation. This can be overwhelming on top of your many responsibilities and priorities. Develop a plan to integrate new skills and tools systematically and continuously.

In this practical seminar, you will learn to: plan, execute, and manage projects to get desired results on time, on budget, on target; prevent scope creep, stop firefighting, and put your effort into solving the problem; define potential risks and develop contingency plans; use simple tools to manage projects of any size; and provide stakeholders with the results they expect.

 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES 

As a result of this program, HR professionals will be able to


Recognize the “business problem” before the project begins

Organize tasks easily into logical groups of activities

Create a project plan to guide all your efforts

Hone organizational skills: Manage your project 'team'

even if there is none

Communicate even more effectively; Keep critical stakeholders involved

Avoid major project pitfalls; Track progress; Recognize slippage quickly

Anticipate and manage project risk

Lead effective project meetings

Meet project objectives; Demonstrate successful project completion

Bring in projects on time, on budget, and on target

Apply Lessons Learned to the next project.


REAL LIFE PRACTICAL APPLICATION EXERCISES

This program is highly interactive, with many workshops, activities, and a Case Study. In the Case Study you will apply all the tools and techniques and lock in your learning. You will leave with many resources and a plan to implement what you have learned back at work.

 

WHO WILL BENEFIT?

 


Self-taught project managers seeking enrichment training and new skills

Project teams having trouble juggling their tasks and responsibilities


 

We recommend CFO’s, Senior Managers and any officer with a reporting team to attend the Seminar because they are the ones who get the request for time-off and how they manage these requests can often determine whether the company will be liable for discrimination, leave retaliation or leave interference.

 

DETAILED AGENDA 

  

Day 1, June 26th Wednesday, 2019 - (8:30 AM - 5:00 PM)

 

08:30AM   DAY ONE BEGINS

 

08:30 AM - 09:00 AM

Breakfast, Registration & Introductions. Expectations; objectives Individual Strengths & Challenges workshop

 

9:00 AM CHAPTER 1 -  INTRODUCTION TO PROJECT MANAGEMENT


What is a Project?

Your strategic initiatives; projects vs. operations

WORKSHOP: Where does project fit in organizational structure?

Project Lifecycle

WORKSHOP: Project strengths and challenges

Success factors and pitfalls discussion

Leadership and management


Wrap; Individual Learning Journal activity

 

 09:30 AM- CHAPTER 2 -  PROJECT MANAGEMENT PROCESS


Introduction to Process Model; Chain of Process

SOPs

Introduction to Project Management/Process/Lifecycle

WORKSHOP: Why use project management


Wrap; Individual Learning Journal activity

 

 10:30 AM - 10:45 AM - Morning Break

 

 10:45 AM –  12:00 Noon - CHAPTER 3 PROJECT INITIATION 


How do your projects arise?

Where does this project fit? What is the Business Problem?

Developing the Business Case

Calculations; ROI; Break even, Payback, Go/No Go

CASE STUDY: Stakeholders, Stakeholders Analysis


 

 12:00 – 12:45 AM - Lunch Break

 

 12:45 PM -  02:30 PM    


Conflict Management

Bridges Model of Conflict Resolution

Aligned Assertive Communication

Project Charter

CASE STUDY: Business Problem workshop; Business Charter


 Wrap; Individual Learning Journal activity

 

 02:30 PM - 02:45 PM - Afternoon Break

 

 02:45 PM - 5:00 PM - CHAPTER 4 PLANNING & SCHEDULING 


Planning: What, Who, When, How

Virtual Team/Kick Off Agenda

Requirements elicitation communication

Listening Quiz; Active Listening

CASE STUDY: Applying communications skills to requirements

Scope, Constraints, Assumptions; Analysis tools



 05:00 PM - Day One Ends.

Write up all Lessons Learned for beginning of Day 2

 

Day 2, June 27th Thursday, 2019 - (8:30 AM - 5:00 PM)

  

 08:30 AM – 8:45 AM Breakfast

 

 08:45 AM –  Most Interesting lessons learned/insights from Day 1

 

 08:45 AM – 10:30 AM


Project Planning

Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)

CASE STUDY: Develop WBS

Sequencing; Logic Diagram; Relation among WBS tasks

CASE STUDY: Develop Logic Diagram

Estimating activity duration

Creating a PERT diagram based on estimates and logic diagram

CASE STUDY: Develop PERT

Define Resources – People

Defining roles: responsibility accountability, consultation & information – RACI

CASE STUDY: Develop Stakeholder RACI


 

10:30 AM - 10:45 AM Break

 

10:45 AM – 12:00 Noon  


Critical Path Method to develop project schedule

CASE STUDY: Develop CPM

Developing Schedule Calculations; Human behavior

Effective Project Presentations


Sample Project Checklist

 

  12:00 Noon – 12:45 PM - Lunch Break

 

  12:45 PM -      2:30 PM - CASE STUDY: Develop Schedule

Wrap; Individual Learning Journal activity 

   CHAPTER 5 RISK MANAGEMENT 


What is Risk management?

WORKSHOP: HR projects typical risks 


Risk identification techniques: Brainstorming; SWOT ; Impact matrix calculation

 

  02:30 PM - 02:45 PM - Afternoon Break

 

  02:45 PM – 05:00 PM 


Risk management and decision making

CASE STUDY: SWOT; Develop Impact Matrix

Qualitative, Quantitative analysis

CASE STUDY: Develop Risk Analysis

Risk strategies; risk register; risk management

CASE STUDY: Add risk tasks and time to WBS

WORSHOP: Delivering risk related messages and bad news


               

 05:00 PM – Wrap; Individual Learning Journal activity Day Two Ends

 Write up Lessons Learned for beginning of Day 3

 

Day 3, June 28th Friday, 2019 - (8:30 AM - 3:30 PM) 

  

 08:30 AM 08:45 AM – Breakfast

 

 08:45 AM – Most interesting lessons learned/insights from days 1 & 2

 

 08:45 AM – 10:30 AM CHAPTER 6 HUMAN RESOURCES PLANNING 


Human resources Planning

Staff and team management

Communication plan

CASE STUDY: Develop Communication Plan

Training planning

WORKSHOP: Calculating communication complexity 


Wrap; Individual Learning Journal activity

 

  10:30 AM – 10:45 AM      Morning Break

  10:45 AM - 12:00 Noon

              CHAPTER 7 PROJECT EXECUTION


Managing all project processes, people, issues

Wrap; Individual Learning Journal activity

CHAPTER 8 MONITORING AND CONTROLLING

WORKSHOP: What can go wrong

What to monitor; checklist

Measuring Actuals: Scope, Schedule, Cost; Quality Control


 

Wrap; Individual Learning Journal activity

 

 12:00 Noon - 12:45 PM - Lunch Break

 

 12:45 PM - 02:00 PM CHAPTER 9 CLOSURE


How to close the project

WORKSHOP: Influence Strategies

Problem solving


Wrap; Individual Learning Journal activity

 

 02:00 PM – 02:15 PM Afternoon Break

 

 02:15 PM - 03:15 PM  


WORKSHOP: What have you learned about project management?

Final WORKSHOP: Apply everything you learned; what do I do 'Monday morning?’


 

  03:15 PM - 03:30 PM Evaluations

 

  03:30 PM -  How to Run Productive Meetings - Q&A and Program Wrap Up

PROGRAM ENDS

 

                       INSTRUCTOR PROFILE

 

Rebecca Staton-Reinstein Ph.D., and President of Advantage Leadership, Inc. is an: Experienced project manager: Rebecca has managed projects of all kinds from automating the Section 8 Housing system for a major housing authority to developing a heart/lung machine.

Program Development: She develops and delivers project management programs for her clients, University of Miami, and training companies around the world, including the American Management Association. She is a featured speaker at conferences for "non-project managers" in project management and taking on more leadership-oriented roles.

Local Project Management Institute involvement: Rebecca has presented programs for her local PMI chapter at meetings and conferences. She consulted to the chapter on creating a strategic plan, which became a model for other chapters.

Internationally recognized strategic planning and leadership expert: Rebecca is president of Advantage Leadership, Inc., has a Ph.D. in organizational development, and is the author of several strategic leadership books. 

Clients get bottom- and top-line results from her coaching: She emphasizes all aspects of strategic planning and leadership, management, and team development.


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TERMS & CONDITION

 

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CANCELLATIONS & SUBSTITUTIONS


Written cancellations through email (from the person who has registered for this conference) received at least 10 calendar days prior to the start date of the event will receive a refund — less a $300 administration fee.

No cancellations will be accepted — nor refunds issued — within 10 calendar days from the start date of the event. On request by email (before the seminar) a credit for the amount paid minus administration fees ($300) will be transferred to any future. GRCAdvisoryOnline event and a credit note will be issued. Substitutions may be made at any time.

No-shows will be charged the full amount. We discourage onsite registrations, however if you wish to register onsite payment to happen through credit card immediately or check to be submitted onsite.

Conference material will be given on the spot if it is available after distributing to other attendees. In case it is not available we will send the material after the conference is over. In the event

GRCAdvisoryOnline cancels the seminar, GRCAdvisoryOnline is not responsible for any airfare, hotel, other costs or losses incurred by registrants. However if there is a cancellation by GRCAdvisoryOnline then the entire amount will be refunded. Some topics and speakers may be subject to change without notice.



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