Executive Summary A project leader plays a vital role in the success or failure of new initiatives or plans. Nowadays, every organization is going green to contribute in the sustainable development of the environment. Go green initiative is aimed to improve the sustainability of the environment. Riordan Manufacturing is planning to develop a green project. Staffing decisions form a great part for any project. Project leader is responsible for managing the staffing related practices. Project leader decides the number of team members required to accomplish the goals of the project. A project is a set of various activities that are interrelated to each other.
Staffing decisions play an important role in the success or failure of any project. A project leader is vested with various responsibilities and roles that are critical for the attainment of project goals. Project leader decides the hiring of suitable personnel. In the staffing decisions, it is the responsibility of project leader to first analyze the required level of skills, competency, knowledge and proficiency of individuals. As in the go green project that is developed for Riordan Manufacturing, it is the responsibility of project leader to manage the staffing related practices.
Project leader of go green initiatives should analyze the personnel needs of the project. After analyzing the personnel needs, project leader is required to make decisions regarding whom to hire. Staffing needs are determined by the project leader. A proper staff is essential for any project, as without adequate staff, it is not possible to perform difference project related activities in time. Project leader is responsible for the selection of particular individual as a team member (Heerkens, 2001).
It is also vested with a project leader to determine the personnel allocation to particular project activity. Go green project is also an important project for the company. It is the responsibility
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