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Filled with real world examples from Human Resources (HR) and Staffing projects, this course introduces the concept of Projects, Project Management, and the Tools and Techniques used to manage projects.

In this course, we learn the concept of what a Project is by discussing some of the criteria to determine when work would be considered a Project.  This leads to a discussion on the pros and cons of using formal project management methods to complete project work. We review the Project Management Institute's five project management process groups (Initiating, Planning, Executing, Monitoring and Controlling, Closing).   Finally we examine some of the common project management tools and techniques you may encounter in your workplace. The Business case, the Project Charter (and its importance!), budget management tools, and more are discussed.  Examples used throughout the course focus on Human Resource (HR) and Staffing-related projects.

 

Learning Objectives

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

 

 

Last updated/reviewed: November 5, 2019

12 Reviews (30 ratings)Reviews

5
Anonymous Author
I didn't realize there was so much that goes into a project. I have a better understanding of the role that a Project Manager plays in the process. The course is presented in a way that makes it easy to comprehend.
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Member's Profile
I thought the instructor was excellent, very knowledable and a engaging speaker. At times however, I felt that he was referring to things that were not covered in this introductory course.
5
Anonymous Author
This course provides a comprehensive overview of introductory project management concepts with clear explanations of the factors involved.
5
Anonymous Author
This is a strong overview of project management. It goes over the theory and gives examples. The instructor is pleasant to listen to.
4
Anonymous Author
Good introduction to Project Management. Interesting information not usually defined.
3
Anonymous Author
Intuitive and informative. Glad to add this knowledge to my education.
5
Member's Profile
Good discussion of what separates a Project from normal operations.
5
Member's Profile
Very clearly explained with easy to understand slides and examples.
5
Anonymous Author
great course very good and thorough class. thank you!
5
Member's Profile
i hate completing this section. please stop asking.
5
Anonymous Author
Instructor has a great tone. Great use of examples
5
Anonymous Author
Interesting overview of project management concepts

Prerequisites

Course Complexity: Intermediate

No advanced preparation or prerequisites are required for this course.

Education Provider Information

Company:
Illumeo, Inc., 75 East Santa Clara St., Suite 1215, San Jose, CA 95113
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Course Syllabus
INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW
  13:27Introduction Project Management - An Introduction for HR Professionals
  8:29What is a Project Management and Project Management Lifecycle
  4:05PM Processes - Execution
  9:58PM Processes - Monitoring and Controlling
  3:51PM Processes - Closing
CONTINUOUS PLAY
  39:49Project Management - An Introduction for HR Professionals
SUPPORTING MATERIALS
  PDFSlides: Project Management - An Introduction for HR Professionals
  PDFProject Management - An Introduction for HR Professionals Glossary/Index
REVIEW AND TEST
  quizREVIEW QUESTIONS
 examFINAL EXAM