Please help me answer this questions about project management:
1.dentify the common roles in a human resource project. Then, analyze these roles to typical human resource functions.
2. Reorganize any two roles at TriHealth that result in shared responsibilities and then state why you chose those two roles.
3. Suggest the short-term and long-term effects on the company with roles being shared among employees.
4. Analyze the need for an additional role. Then, propose a new role and its proposed impact.
Project Leadership Roles Trihealth
Organizations cannot succeed in any project without the right human resource. Consequently, the role of human resource leadership in the operation of a successful project cannot be ignored (Bratton & Gold, 2017). This project will use TriHealth to analyze the conventional roles of a Human resource project along with the impacts of short term and long term impacts of sharing roles among employees. The report will then suggest an additional role and justify its proposed impact.
Common roles in human resource project
Regardless of a project’s complexity, organizations must bring together important stakeholders to enhance its successful completion. In short, a project cannot succeed without a team, and the project’s management is as important as human resource management. However, each member of the human resource project has their area of expertise and may work on the project either partially or fully (Bratton & Gold, 2017). In the case of TriHealth, the first role in its human resource project is the sponsor. Ideally, a project cannot begin without the financial input of the sponsor. This then means that his or her participation must be entirely focused on the business as the stakes are equally high (Kloppenborg, 2015). While the sponsor may sometimes not involve him or herself in the project’s decision making, he or she is in most cases actively engaged in the project operation. The sponsor’s primary role is to provide funds for the initiation, continuation, and completion of the project (Kloppenborg, 2015). (more…)