Feed the people who help you – Project Management Step Six – Human Resource Management

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Do you have people on your project?

Do you have people on your project? Are they reliable? You may not have employees, but what about other people who help your business? No matter the size of the project, there will be people whom you will need to help you with your project.

You need optimal performance to complete your project.
Human Resource Management – managing people to work on your project, resolve conflicts, team management and finding people are part of the human resources management principles. You need to understand how to manage people to complete your project.

I will continue on with my nine-blog session on Project Management. I will expand on each management segment of my past blog on Project Management.

Human Resource Management – managing people to work on your project, resolve conflicts, team management and finding people are part of the human resources management principles. You need to understand how to manage people to complete your project. How will you increase your efficiency and performance of those who work on your project? Find the right people for the project. Find those who will fit the task.

You need optimal performance to complete your project. It is important to keep your people within your time and quality management guidelines. How much of your budget are your people needlessly chewing into your budget? You are accountable for the project management, so should your people. They need to keep in line with all the project disciplines or they will make your project stray from the plan. Are they here to help you? They may have good intentions, but as a business owner and a project manager you need to see that they stay within the project’s guidelines for success

Human Resource Project Management Check List

 1)      Know the tasks – if you cannot do the task or do not have the time, find someone capable for that task

2)      Align the right people with the task – make sure they are willing and capable

3)      Explain the task to the limits of the project – keep them on schedule and within budget – don’t forget to watch their quality

4)      Affirm their good works – make sure your people feel they are part of the team, they will feel they are part of the project

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