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Explain the importance of good human resource management on projects, including the current state and future implications of human resource management, especially on information technology projects.
Define project human resource management and understand its processes.
Summarize key concepts for managing people by understanding the theories of Abraham Maslow, Frederick Herzberg, David McClelland, and Douglas McGregor on motivation, H. J. Thamhain and D. L. Wilemon on influencing workers, and Stephen Covey on how people and teams can become more effective.
Making the most effective use of the people involved with a project.
Human resource planning : Identifying and documenting project roles, responsibilities, and reporting relationships.
Acquiring the project team : Getting the needed personnel assigned to and working on the project.
Developing the project team : Building individual and group skills to enhance project performance.
Managing the project team : Tracking team member performance, motivating team members, providing timely feedback, resolving issues and conflicts, and coordinating changes to help enhance project performance.
Specific needs are acquired or learned over time and are shaped by life experiences. The following are the main categories of acquired needs:
Achievement (nAch) : People with a high need for achievement like challenging projects with attainable goals and lots of feedback.
Affiliation (nAff) : People with high need for affiliation desire harmonious relationships and need to feel accepted by others, so managers should try to create a cooperative work environment for them.
Power (nPow) : People with a need for power desire either personal power (not good) or institutional power (good for the organization). Provide institutional power seekers with management opportunities.
Person Activity Group I II III IV สุชาติ 18 10 15 12 ประวัติ 15 13 10 11 กิตติ 16 8 16 13 สุวรรณี 14 11 12 9
Resource Assignment Case: Step 1 Person Activity Group I II III IV สุชาติ 18 10 15 12 ประวัติ 15 13 10 11 กิตติ 16 8 16 13 สุวรรณี 14 11 12 9 Person Activity Group I II III IV สุชาติ 3 0 5 2 ประวัติ 0 3 0 1 กิตติ 3 0 8 5 สุวรรณี 0 2 3 0 Person Activity Group I II III IV สุชาติ 8 0 5 2 ประวัติ 5 3 0 1 กิตติ 8 0 8 5 สุวรรณี 5 2 3 0
Resource Assignment Case : Step 2 2 rows and 3 columns => go to step 3 smallest uncovered number Person Activity Group I II III IV สุชาติ 3 0 5 ประวัติ 0 3 0 1 กิตติ 3 0 8 5 สุวรรณี 0 2 3 0
Resource Assignment Case : Step 3 Person Activity Group I II III IV สุชาติ 1 0 3 0 ประวัติ 0 5 0 1 กิตติ 1 0 6 3 สุวรรณี 0 4 3 0
Resource Assignment Case: Step 4 Person สุชาติ กิตติ Activity Group I II III IV 1 0 3 0 ประวัติ 0 5 0 1 1 0 6 3 0 4 3 0 Person Activity Group I II III IV สุชาติ 18 10 15 12 ประวัติ 15 13 10 11 กิตติ 16 8 16 13 สุวรรณี 14 11 12 9
Tasks are ordered in terms duration, with the shortest first. This rule will maximize the number of tasks that can be completed by a system during some time period.
Most Resources First
Activities are ordered by use of a specific resource with the largest user heading the list. The assumption behind this rule is that more important tasks usually place a higher demand on scare resources.
Minimum Slack First
Orders activities by the amount of slack, least slack going first.
Most Critical Follows
Tasks are arranged by number of critical activities following them. The ones with the greatest number of critical followers go first.
This rule is the same as the previous rule, except that all followers, not merely critical ones, are counted.
Forming involves the introduction of team members.
Storming occurs as team members have different opinions as to how the team should operate. People test each other, and there is often conflict within the team.
Norming is achieved when team members have developed a common working method, and cooperation and collaboration replace the conflict and mistrust of the previous phase.
Performing occurs when the emphasis is on reaching the team goals, rather than working on team process. Relationships are settled, and team members are likely to build loyalty towards each other. The team is able to manage tasks that are more complex and cope with greater change.
Adjourning involves the break-up of the team after they successfully reach their goals and complete the work.
MBTI is a popular tool for determining personality preferences and helping teammates understand each other.
Four dimensions include:
NTs, or rationals, are attracted to technology fields.
IT people vary most from the general population in their tendency to not be extroverted or sensing.
Wideman and Shenhar’s Views on MBTI & Project Management*
Most suited for project leadership:
100 percent: INTJ, ENTJ, ISTJ, ESTJ
50 percent: INTP, ENTP, ENFP, ENFJ
Best suited as followers:
100 percent: INFJ, ISFJ
50 percent: INTP, ENTP, ENFP, ENFJ, ESFJ
Not suited for project work:
100 percent: INFP, ISFP, ESFP, ISTP
50 percent: ENFP, ESTP
*Wideman, R. Max and Aaron J. Shenhar, “Professional and Personal Development: A Practical Approach to Education and Training,” Project Management for Business Professionals , edited by Joan Knutson, 2001, p. 375.
MBTI and Suitability to Project Work* *Wideman, R. Max. “Project Teamwork, Personality Profiles and the Population at Large: Do we have enough of the right kind of people?” (http://www.maxwideman.com/papers/profiles/profiles.pdf ). What do you think about these views?