Breakfast Tuesday Meeting - December 11, 2018
Part 2 of a 3-Part Series: The “H” in PMI Project Management – Is it for H**L or Human Resources Management?
Presented by: Terry Trujillo
Let's face it, if we had all the answers, time, and energy to devote to every project implementation, we could be very successful working alone. Unfortunately, project management does not require technical abilities, it also involves managing the project's human resources. As we know, common causes of conflict in project management are:
- 1) Schedules
- 2) Project priorities
- 3) Resources
To be effective in addressing these conflicts, project managers must be able to understand not only the human resources involved in their projects, but how they (project managers) react to the conflicts within their teams. These trainings will help project managers evaluate the effectiveness of their own conflict management styles and offer tools to enhance and adapt (if necessary) their conflict resolution skills.
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