PMBOK® Guide - Sixth Edition: 16-Managing Projects for Human Resources (RVLS-2873)

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The strength of a project is based on the resources acquired. The Planning Process Group allows project managers to determine resource requirements for each activity within the project and ensuring that the delivery of raw materials along with the people to develop those raw materials is sequenced according to project schedule timelines. These activities fall into the first two processes in the Project Resource Management Knowledge Area: Develop the Project Team and Manage the Project Team. Managing Project Resources covers the processes, inputs, and tools and techniques involved with developing and managing the project team. Furthermore, this course will teach the principles and best practices used by project managers to establish a solid team capable of producing project deliverables on time and within budget.
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At the end of this course, you will be able to: Detail the use of tools and techniques such as interpretation skill development, team building exercises, co-location, personal assessment tools, and more. Apply conflict management principles. Utilize tools and techniques that are often used to initiate, drive, and deliver processes that will generate outputs. Those outputs will serve as inputs for ongoing processes on an iterative basis Describe three processes within the Resources Management Knowledge Area: Develop the Team, Manage the Team, and Control Resources Demonstrate skills and knowledge relevant to managing a project team such as the preliminary processes that plan, estimate activity resources, and acquire resources as well as the project team, sets the foundation for our discussion on the development, management, and control of the team
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