3-DAY CERTIFICATION PROGRAM

PROJECT MANAGEMENT IN HUMAN RESOURCES

Daniel O Leary

Jan 7, 2017

10.00 AM PST 90 Mins

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Human Resource professionals are often given "extra" assignments. When we look at these special requests, we realize they can be managed as projects, even though they are not thought of as projects. Human Resource professionals are often given "extra" assignments. When we look at these special requests, we realize they can be managed as projects, even though they are not thought of as projects.

Human Resource professionals are often given "extra" assignments. When we look at these special requests, we realize they can be managed as projects, even though they are not thought of as projects. Human Resource professionals are often given "extra" assignments. When we look at these special requests, we realize they can be managed as projects, even though they are not thought of as projects.

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