Successfully transforming public organisations is impossible without the united efforts of women and men who genuinely wish to see projects carried out and common goals reached. Making the most of that human capital is a responsibility shared by managers at every level of an organisation’s hierarchy and its human resources specialists. This is a complex domain, however, and multiple projects for reforming human resources (e.g. new staff conditions, new HR policies, new management principles inspired by New Public Management) often lack coordination. Furthermore, most public organisations rely on their own resources and experiences and are reluctant to take inspiration from the many positive external experiences, from any federal level. All of these elements influenced the organisation of this course. It has been designed to develop synergies between public sector organisations and allow participants to truly experiment with personnel management.