COMP3120_12_HR_Management_2010_v1

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MANAGING SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT COMP 3120 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Mark Grundy, Ian Hirst
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COMP3120 - Managing Software Development Mark Grundy, Ian Hirst 2 Agenda " Why people are important to IT projects " Why do people do IT? " Aligning motives to projects " Finding the right team vs. building the right team " PMBOK processes: Develop HR Plan Acquire Project Team Develop Project Team Manage Project Team " Conclusion
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COMP3120 - Managing Software Development Mark Grundy, Ian Hirst 3 (Images: www.myitsucks.com) Why People Matter
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COMP3120 - Managing Software Development Mark Grundy, Ian Hirst 4 (Images: www.myitsucks.com) Why People Matter
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COMP3120 - Managing Software Development Mark Grundy, Ian Hirst 5 Why People Matter (Images: www.myitsucks.com)
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COMP3120 - Managing Software Development Mark Grundy, Ian Hirst 6 (Images: www.myitsucks.com) Why People Matter
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COMP3120 - Managing Software Development Mark Grundy, Ian Hirst 7 People are Important Because… " Competence achieves results " Understanding solves problems " Dedication overcomes setbacks " Agility adapts to changes " Humour reduces stress " Loyalty builds trust " Professionalism creates accountability " Humility enables learning
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COMP3120 - Managing Software Development Mark Grundy, Ian Hirst 8 IT Professionals – Sample Motivators " Technology " Challenge " Money/Bonuses " Recognition " Authority " Help people " Environment/conditions
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COMP3120 - Managing Software Development Mark Grundy, Ian Hirst 9 IT Project Alignment People, equipment, travel Environment/ conditions New benefits Help people Role, knowledge, autonomy Authority Expertise, accomplishment Recognition Higher pay, bonuses Money Uncertainty, changes, complexity Challenge New technologies, follow an existing technology Technology
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COMP3120 - Managing Software Development Mark Grundy, Ian Hirst 10 Finding vs Building teams What you can find: " Technical competence " Conscientiousness " Honesty " Faith " Workplace loyalty " Communications skills " Self-confidence " Process knowledge " Business knowledge " Personal ethics What you must build: " Project knowledge " Role understanding " Team loyalty " Team trust " Team respect " Team communications " Project reputation " Project ethics " Business understanding
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COMP3120 - Managing Software Development Mark Grundy, Ian Hirst 11 PMBOK Processes " Develop Human Resource Plan Identify and document project roles, responsibilities and skills, reporting relationships and staffing management plan " Acquire Project Team Confirm HR availability, obtain the team to fill the project assignments " Develop Project Team Improve competencies, team interaction, and environment to enhance project performance " Manage Project Team Monitor performance, provide feedback, resolve issues, manage changes to optimise project performance
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COMP3120 - Managing Software Development Mark Grundy, Ian Hirst 12 PMBOK Process - Develop HR Plan " Inputs Activity resource requirements Enterprise environmental factors Organisational process Assets " Networking (formal and informal interactions)
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