DJhonna M. Jones
Dr. Stephen Castellese
Managing Human Resource Projects
February 2, 2014
The following paper will identify the common roles in a human resource project; it will then analyze the roles to typical human resource functions. The paper will then reorganize two roles at TriHealth that result in shared responsibilities and then state why they were chosen. A suggestion on what the short-term and long term effects on the company with roles being shared among employees. An analyzing of the need of an additional role, then propose a new role and its proposed impact.
Identify the common roles in a human resource project. Then, analyze these roles to typical human resource functions There are different roles depending on the size of the project and type of project. This dictates the different type of project organizations presented. For small projects there might be a primary sponsor, project manager, and project team. Often military organizations have the project Manager and the project team lead. This enables the project to have a number of individuals ensuring each portion of the project time line to be completed. Larger projects have more people involved in the completion of the project. For both types of projects have common roles that are required for all projects would be the Analyst, the stakeholder, the project manager, the facilitator and the customer. An analyst takes responsibility for ensuring that all requirements of the clients are captured and taken and documented to their specifications. The analyst can sometimes be called the Business system analyst (Mochal, 2011). Stakeholders are defined as any group of individuals that make a direct impact on the company’s projects or are directly impacted by the company and their project decisions. Identification of the projects stake holders are one of the first steps that need to be taken in project management planning. Stakeholders range from those working on the project, groups or organizations impacted by the project to include the general public in and around the facility and the projects areas. In addition, depending on the project itself the number of stakeholders can be in the thousands or millions. A project can be a part of a city or county works department and can even include the members of the community (Project Connections and Intergrated Project Solutions, 2013). The project manager is the lynchpin to the entire project. The project manager has the authority to manage all aspects of the project. They manage the budget and schedule as well as all project management procedures. In addition they are in control of the fulltime and part time resources used by the project team and project management procedures. They play an essential role in the initial project, and are in charge of the full time and part time resources assigned to the work on the deliverables of the project.
Reorganize any two (2) roles at TriHealth that result in shared responsibilities and then state why you chose those two roles.
The two roles best suited to be combined are the project leader and the core team leader. These two members do many of the same jobs. In fact because the project leader is responsible for all the jobs of the project they are qualified to do the same position as that of the core team leader. The project leader is responsible for all communications between the project team and the customers and other team members. The core team members are also on the project from start to finish working jointly with the project manager facilitating communication with the rest of the group and with the customer (Kloppenborg, 2012). It is redundant to have both a core team leader who carries out the same responsibilities as the project team leader. Both make many of the decisions in conjunction with one another. Both also may supervise the work of subject matter