Identify the common roles in a human resource project

 

Case Study: Project Leadership Roles at Trillealth

Read the case titled: “Project Leadership Roles at TriHealth” found in Chapter 3. This assignment is about developing a specific project team for TriHealth.

Write a four to six (4-6) page paper in which you:

1. Identify the common roles in a human resource project. Then, analyze these roles to typical human resource functions.

2. Reorganize any two (2) 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.

5. Use at least four (4) quality academic (peer-reviewed) resources in this assignment.

Your assignment must:

– Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides; citations and references must follow APA or school-specific format. Check with your professor for any additional instructions.

– Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, the student’s name, the professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page and the reference page are not included in the required assignment page length.

The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are:

– Assess organizational strategies that contribute to effective project management of human resources.

– Use technology and information resources to research issues in managing human resource projects.

– Write clearly and concisely about managing human resource projects using proper writing mechanics.Part 1 Organizing Projects

PROJECT MANAGEMENT IN ACTION

Project Leadership Roles at TriHealth

TriHealth is a company that manages several large hospitals and a variety of other health organizations, such as physical fitness facilities and nursing services. Due to the company’s increasing size and complexity, TriHealth leadership decided they needed to formally define roles of project executive sponsor, project leader, performance improvement consultant, core team member, and subject matter expert. These roles are shown below.

Project Executive

Sponsor Initiating
Stage
– Empower project leader with well-defined charter, which is the overarching guide
– Clearly define expected outcomes
– Demonstrate commitment to and prioritization of project
– Define decision-making methods and responsibility- sponsor/project leader/team
– Partner with project leader to identify obstacles, barriers, and silos to overcome Planning Stage
– Ensure Project Leader understands business context for organization
– Ensure Project Leader develops overall project plan ‘AssistProject leader in developing vertical and horizontal communication plan
– Demonstrate personal interest in project by investing time and energy needed
– Secure necessary resources and organizational support

Executing Stage
– Communicate and manage organizational politics
– Visibly empower and support Project Leader vertically and horizontally
– Build relationships with key stakeholders
– Actively listen to and promote team and project to Stakeholders
– Remove obstacles and ensure progress of project
– Ensure goals are met and Stakeholders are satisfied Closing

Stage
– Ensure closure; planned completion or termination

– Ensure results and lessons learned are captured and shared discussion about the Project Leader role. At that time, the individuals will determine if the Project Leader needs additional assistance or skills to facilitate the project success and which of these responsibilities need to be delegated to others with expertise in those areas.

– Leads negotiation with Sponsor for charter definition.
– Collaborates with Sponsor to clarify expectations.
– Provides direction to the team with integrity, leadership, and communication skills.
– Facilitates productive meetings and supports the team’s decisions.
– Prepares the high-level work plan and timeline.
– Champions the project on the management level and with the staff
– Leads the implementation of the project.
– Manages project flow, including agenda setting, meeting documentation, and coordination of team assignments.
– Develops implementation, education, and communication plans for the project.
– Responsible for the team and project progress and proactively intervenes to promote team and project success.
– Identifies, communicates, and facilitates the removal of barriers to enable successful project completion.
– Supports the team with tools and methodologies to accomplish goals.

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