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Project Human Resource Management

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Jerry Chong

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Project Human Resource Management
design by Dóri Sirály for Prezi
Psychologists and management theorists have devoted much research and thought to managing people at work.
Intrinsic
Introduction
Human resource planning
Conclusion
Intrinsic vs. Extrinsic Motivation
Abraham Maslow states that people’s behaviors are motivated by a sequence of needs...
Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs
Motivational
Herzberg’s Motivational & Hygiene Factors
Motivation theories
Effectiveness
Influence and power
Identify something that you do because you enjoy doing it and something that you do to get a reward or avoid punishment
Extrinsic
causes people to participate in an activity for their own enjoyment
causes people to do something for a reward or to avoid a penalty
Hygiene
Achievement, recognition, the work itself, responsibility, advancement, and growth.
Larger salaries, more supervision, and a more attractive work environment.
Power
Potential ability to influence behavior to get people to do things they would not otherwise do
McClelland’s Achievement Motivation Theory
Achievement (nAch) vs. Affiliation (nAff) vs. Power (nPow)
McGregor’s Theory X and Y
Responsibility Assignment Matrix (RAM)
Maps the work of the project, as described in the WBS, to the people responsible for performing the work
Resource Loading
Acquiring the project team
Resource Leveling
amount of individual resources an existing schedule requires during specific time periods
technique for resolving resource conflicts by delaying tasks to create a smoother distribution
Managing the project team
Assessing team performance and related information is crucial
Developing the project team
Cultivate teamwork to help people work together more effectively to improve project performance
Referent
TYPES
Coercive
Legitimate
Expert
Reward
French & Raven's Bases of Power
R = Responsibility, only one R per task
A = Accountability
C = Consultation
I = Informed
RACI Chart
RAM Sample
RAM showing stakeholder roles
Issue: Overallocation
It often improves morale.
Training
Team building activities include:
Physical challenges
Psychological preference indicator tools
Training can help people understand themselves and each other, and how to work better in teams.
Reward & Recognition
Team-based reward and recognition systems can promote teamwork.
Updates to PM Plan or OPA
Corrective or preventive actions
Changes
Issue logs
Tools & Techniques
Observation and conversation
Project performance appraisals
Conflict management
Managing the project team
Developing the project team
Acquiring the project team
Planning
Executing
Monitor & Control
When resources are used more constantly, they require less management.
Allow just-in-time inventory type of policy for using subcontractors or other expensive resources.
It results in fewer problems for project personnel and the accounting department.
"Managing Projects is alot about Managing People"
- Anonymously Unknown

= Do Not Necessarily Motivates
= Dissatisfaction
= Job Satisfaction
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