Figure 19. Plan Human Resource Management: Inputs, Tools and Techniques, and Outputs. Reprinted from "A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide), 5th Edition" by Project Management Institute, 2013, p. 258. Copyright 2013 by Project Management Institute, Inc. Reprinted without permission.
This process begins by identifying the skill sets needed to support the project objective. Smaller projects are probably not as difficult, but a large multifaceted project might require everything from a knowledge of quality standards, import/export processes needed for international material procurement, international labor practices, banking, and other legal requirements. The potential for having to share resources with other projects might also be required and create a human dynamic not previously considered. Either way, each fact must be examined, identified, and planned for, to help mitigate excessive project cost and unnecessary risk.
Organizational Culture: This PMGT 611 reflection assignment looks back on the Kircher Ski Resort's culture as an input to the Human Resource Management Process.
Organizational Charts: This PMGT 611 Organizational Chart is used as a technique when developing the Human Resource Management Process. It outlines the hierarchical organizational structure.
Human Resource Management Plan: This PMGT 501 Human Resource Management Plan is used as an output for the Plan Human Resource Management Process.