The Resource Management Institute is dedicated to the advancement of resource and workforce management thought leadership, best practices and standards, globally recognized credentials that certify resource management expertise, and tools and resources necessary for effective and efficient management of human capital intensive businesses.
This past year was certainly one to remember (or try to forget) as a global pandemic changed the landscape of just about everything we do. For the discipline of Resource Management, the RMI, and its members, we continued to advance the cause and bring the latest in best practices and innovation for resource and workforce management.
Five Resource Management Productivity Tips for 2021
Resource managers across all industries are facing new challenges to keep their teams productive and their projects on track. Whatever your team’s level of experience may be, the following five tips can help resource managers find success in 2021.
The RMI has provided three LinkedIn groups to help advance the discipline of resource management: (1) Resource Management for Professional Services Leaders Serving the Public Sector (2) Resource Management Office (RMO) Leaders Group for Greater D.C. Area and (3) European Resource and Capacity Planning Group. Learn more and join today!
Our final spotlight of the year shines on David Binnings, Senior Manager, Resource and Workforce Management at Palo Alto Networks. One of David’s favorite things to do is write and record music and he has been playing in bands for 25 years! Can you guess his instrument of choice?
Our third annual Symposium is scheduled for Dallas, Texas on September 23-24. The theme for the 2021 Symposium, Future Proofing Resource Management, recognizes the growing acceptance of good resource management discipline and therefore the need to build sustainable capabilities to take the enterprise into the future.
We understand there is still uncertainty surrounding covid-19 but with vaccines being distributed, we are definitely hearing that Fall 2021 might work for in-person events! We would like to know what you are thinking. Please click below to take our one-question survey….
Research collected from this third survey expands on previous surveys, with continued focus on what functions respondents are using the tool for, how satisfied are they with the RM functionality, prioritized needs, etc., in addition to other important aspects of their automation support strategy.
Take the Survey
RMCP® Program – Q1 2021 Online Schedule
Instructor led online sessions are scheduled to run February 3 – March 10. Weekly sessions run approximately 2 hours.
On-demand purchased training is available for 60 days; 24×7 access.