Project Mgt- Human Resource Plan

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Project Human Resource Plan Template
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Human Resource Plan

Company Name
Street Address
City, State Zip Code

Date

Table of Contents
Introduction2
Roles and Responsibilities2
Project Organizational Charts3
Staffing Management4

Introduction

This section explains the purpose and importance of having a human resources management plan. It should provide a general description of what the plan includes and explain how the project manager and project team can use the plan to help them manage the project effectively.

Human resources management is an important part of the Software Upgrade Project. The human resources management plan is a tool which will aid in the management of this project’s human resource activities throughout the project until closure. The human resources management plan includes: • Roles and responsibilities of team members throughout the project • Project organization charts

• Staffing management plan to include:
a. How resources will be acquired
b. Timeline for resources/skill sets
c. Training required to develop skills
d. How performance reviews will be conducted
e. Recognition and rewards system

The purpose of the human resources management plan is to achieve project success by ensuring the appropriate human resources are acquired with the necessary skills, resources are trained if any gaps in skills are identified, team building strategies are clearly defines, and team activities are effectively managed.

Roles and Responsibilities

Roles and responsibilities of team members and stakeholders must be clearly defined in any project. Depending on the organizational structure, project team members may represent many different groups/departments and act in the interest of different functional managers. Additionally, team members may have varying degrees of authority and responsibility. When listing roles and responsibilities the following should be included: • Role – description of the portion of the project for which the member is accountable • Authority – the level at which the member may make decisions, apply project resources, or make approvals • Responsibility – the work a team member must perform to complete assigned work activities • Competency – the skill(s) required to complete assigned project activities

The roles and responsibilities for the Software Upgrade Project are essential to project success. All team members must clearly understand their roles and responsibilities in order to successfully perform their portion of the project. For the Software Upgrade Project the following project team roles and responsibilities have been established:

Project Manager (PM), (1 position): responsible for the overall success of the Software Upgrade Project. The PM must authorize and approve all project expenditures. The PM is also responsible for approving that work activities meet established acceptability criteria and fall within acceptable variances. The PM will be responsible for reporting project status in accordance with the communications management plan. The PM will evaluate the performance of all project team members and communicate their performance to functional managers. The PM is also responsible for acquiring human resources for the project through coordination with functional managers. The PM must possess the following skills: leadership/management, budgeting, scheduling, and effective communication.

Design Engineer (DE) (2 positions): responsible for gathering coding requirements for the Software...
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