Project Human Resource Management

Acquiring Project Teams Tools & Techniques

June 5, 2010
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Several techniques can be used to place a complete project team in place that has a high probability of success. These include pre-assignment, negotiations, acquisition and virtual teams. Pre-assignment is about assigning people who are already available. Negotiation is required to get people who have been identified to be useful for a project and...

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Manage Project Team – Inputs

June 4, 2010
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In the overview of the process we mentioned how the proper inputs for the project team are the project staff assignments, the project management plan, periodic team performance assessments, performance reports and providing a solid basis to the whole process the organizations process asset document. Project staff assignments is a document which tells you...

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Human Resource Plan- Charts & Positions

June 4, 2010
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Documenting staff positions for the project is an important document. This needs to be very precise as there is a substantial amount of risk involved. Right kind of human resources being deployed can impact the outcome of a project substantially. This can be done in various forms such as charts and positions description. Hierarchical...

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Acquiring Project Team Overview

June 3, 2010
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Acquiring a project is the process of locating, obtaining and assembling a suitable project team. A team, the project management is reasonably certain would meet the project deliverables needs. The project leaders or the team members may not have enough control over the mobilizing of the team due to a range of factors. Thus...

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Develop Project Team Outputs

June 2, 2010
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The most important aspect of the on going process of developing a team, is the ability to measure the team performance periodically and then apply development tools, to keep the team performance tuned to the peak form. Enterprise environmental factors document may need updates too. Training, team building exercises, co-locations are implements as part...

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Human Resources Plan Inputs

June 1, 2010
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Activity resources requirements, enterprise environmental factors and organizational process assets are the inputs used to create the human resources plan. The activity resources requirements define the true resources requirements. These are then modified and/or influenced by the enterprise environmental factors and the collective wisdom represented by the organizational process assets. Activity Resources Requirements The...

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Human Resource Plan Output

June 1, 2010
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Human resources plan needs to have some elements in common. Some organizational norms may dictate that other factors be included too, but then that is often very subjective. The out put of the planning process typically includes that are the human resources plan, project organization charts and staffing management plan. The human resources plan...

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Manage Project team

May 31, 2010
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Managing project team involves all the activities that are needed to keep the team tuned to top performance so that probability of project success is increased. Unlike the Taylor model of production work, it is not the speed of the assembly line that keeps up the output. In fact the team leaders have to...

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Managing Project Team Tools & techniques

May 30, 2010
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Besides the conflict resolution discussed elsewhere, there are several other tools and techniques a savvy project manager can use in managing the project team. Though conflict resolution is possible the most important tool a project manager can have in his arsenal, these other tools a re also quite important. These include Observation & conversation,...

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Develop Project Team Tools & technique 1

May 30, 2010
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The tools and techniques that you need to bring into effect include inter personal skills to be developed in team members, training for individuals, team building activities that provides the cohesion between team members, ground rules, co-location and rewards as well as recognitions. All of these go toward creating a high performance team and...

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