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What is the general practice for Resource Mangement in Pharma. ITVAMP presents in2006

What is the general practice for Resource Mangement in Pharma. ITVAMP presents in2006

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  • 1.
  • 2.
    • Resource Management enables you to effectively manage resource capacity and allocation. Company should develop 3 processes.
      • 1-Resource Demand & Supply
      • 2- Resource Allocation
      • 3- Resource Conflict & Resolution
    • Benefits:
      • Balances your resource supply,
      • Book via role/skill set or name
      • Look at incoming demand
      • Staffing plan
      • Provides Visibility
      • Manage the day-to-day demand, such as provisioning new employees
      • You can plan by FTE, skill, person, or any combination.
    • With Resource Management Tool, you can:
      • Make effective resource-allocation decisions.
      • Perform high-level resource budgeting to detailed project planning, execution, deployment, and benefits realization.
      • Use automatic real-time updates and an enforced process to effectively utilize resources.
      • Gain real-time visibility into capacity, assignments, utilization, programs, projects, costs, and overall demand by department.
  • 3.
    • Types of Deliverables by Area:
      • Resource Plan
        • Contains the projected Resources Quarterly and is used as a tool to allocate resources and project budget.
      • Staffing Plan
        • This deliverable is an output from the Resource Plan
      • Resource Allocation Sheet
        • The sheet that Resource Allocation process and others (details in project plan
      • Resource Reports
        • FTE Reports – Booked/Actuals/Projected/Allocations
  • 4.
    • Allocation is = to Booking
    • Types of Bookings
      • Soft Booking – Roles are booked (may include skill sets)
      • Hard Booking – Names are booked (include skill sets and Levels)
    • Example:
      • Project Manager
        • Project Manager – Clinical Trials
          • PMP and Clinical Trials Development Level2
  • 5.
    • Obtain Forward Looking Qtly Estimates for Demand – High Level
      • Functional Manager
        • Step – Provide estimate for NPD and Non-NPD Projects Each Process follows the following Change Management
          • Information – criteria = how and timing
          • Input from direct reports
            • Step provide input to create estimates
          • Deliverables: FTE estimate report or other
    • Obtain Total Dept FTEs for Supply at Skill Level – High Level
      • Project Leader
        • Step = Handoff to Project Leader/Mgr posts project plan to eRoom or other document repository – portal etc.
          • Information – criteria = where, when
          • Potential terms: post or publish?
          • Deliverables: project plan
    • Process Items to consider: (general practice)
            • Responsible Resources, Actions, Deliverables, Inputs, Outputs, Decision Points, go to processes, information, links to deliverables, integration with stage gate.