During numerous meetings with persons working in HR it turned out that HR professionals face the same problems as their internal customers! After all, the trend towards being an HR Business Partner makes it necessary to act as a project partner and to know:
That is why the idea of project management training for HR was born.
Basically, we want to give you the tools to be a partner for business.
In the case of this training we decided to focus entirely on HR. Theoretically, anyone can take part in the first day session, but we want you to be able to concentrate on your field and exchange experiences with people who understand you well. That is why we planned and designed this training for:
Basically, we want to give you the tools to be a partner for business. HR is often perceived as a cost centre (just like IT) and it is difficult to break through with good ideas.
A well-prepared project and professional work will make many things easier. Sometimes HR is chosen to help with “controlling” projects for IT. It is a good idea to learn from those who live it in practice, but these are two very different worlds. There’s a lot of things that can’t be translated on a 1:1 basis.
This training is meant to teach you: How to plan a project in 30 minutes? How to involve the most important persons in the project? How to prevent threats? How to drive, check and control the project, so that your endeavours can end in success?
how to know that we deal with a project? What do you need to consider in your project work? What are the most common mistakes made and how to avoid them? What are the proven methods, standards and methodologies of project management? Which of them can be applied to HR? You will learn the assumptions of the KISS PM (Keep It Simple Smart) method, which helps to quickly manage the situation within the project.
what should be included in the plan so that it may help and will not interfere? How does the schedule differ from the project plan? What is the difference between a zombie course and a project manager course? What to do when the plan stops working? How to involve the key persons in the project? How to control it? You will get to know the PM House model, which will help you plan your project quickly and easily.
how to deal with them when you are overwhelmed? How to control multiple projects and reconcile them with time and resource constraints? How to have arguments for or against the project ;)? How to view your work from a strategic perspective?
PM Solver – i.e. a tool to solve all project problems. Thanks to it you will learn to evaluate which of the four problem levels is your challenge and you will get acquainted with the tools to deal with each of them.
that is practice, practice and once again practice, based on the experience of the HR Director and project implementation. How to involve others? How to build a position in relation to other key persons? How not just survive, but win in HR projects?