Project Mgt- Human Resource Plan

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Project Human Resource Plan Template
This Project Human Resource Plan Template is free for you to copy and use on your project and within your organization. We hope that you find this template useful and welcome your comments. Public distribution of this document is only permitted from the Project Management Docs official website at: www.ProjectManagementDocs.com Human Resource Plan

Company Name
Street Address
City, State Zip Code

Date

Table of Contents
Introduction 2
Roles and Responsibilities 2
Project Organizational Charts 3
Staffing Management 4

Introduction

This section explains the purpose and importance of having a human resources management plan. It should
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The DEs will assist the implementation lead in the distribution and monitoring of the software upgrades throughout the network infrastructure. The DEs will be responsible for timely status reporting to the PM as required by the communications management plan. The DEs may not authorize any project expenditures nor allocate any resources without PM approval. DE’s performance will be managed by the PM and communicated to the Design Technology Group Manager (DE’s Functional Manager). DEs must be proficient in programming html, C++, and Java programming languages.

Implementation Manager (IM) (1 position): The IM is responsible for the distribution, implementation, and monitoring of the new software upgrade. The IM is responsible for working with the DEs to ensure all coding on new software conforms with organizational security regulations. The IM is responsible for coordination outage windows with each department to facilitate the rollout of the software upgrades with minimal/no disturbance to operations. The IM will report status to the PM in accordance with the project’s communications management plan. The IM’s performance will be evaluated by the PM and communicated to the IM’s functional manager (Network Manager). The IM must be proficient in managing network architecture.

Training Lead (TL) (1 position): The TL is responsible for training all network users on the features provided by the upgrades to the existing software. The TL will coordinate
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