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04-Oct-2016 17:34

Human Resources Management focuses on the “people” aspects of the project team.

This includes things like team building and working with functional managers to develop staff, among other things.

The rules of PM are clear, and there are no exceptions.

Managing the relationships, contracts and negotiations, etc. These knowledge areas provide specifically for human resources and procurement.

If a project manager is planning out the project, should he or she consider that knowledge requirement and take active steps to fill it? Or do you think existing models are more than sufficient to cover stakeholder management, I’m clearly not looking deep enough, and perhaps I should just put a sock in it?

Put your ideas and thoughts in the comments section below!

It’s the proper way to contain the project “iron triangle”.

Many project managers I know would rather commit To many, project management process is immutable.I’m a professor of project management at the college where I work.