Human Resource Evaluation: is the evaluation of current employees to assess suitability to current job and skill requirement in terms of interests, skills, experiences and overall abilities.
Job analysis & Design: Involves the restructuring of an organization to optimize its human resource, to best meet the possible forecast requirements for human resources for any project.
Analysis of Internal Availability: The organization reviews the availability of its current employees before deployment to a project.
Job descriptions & Specifications. Employees with the most suitable skills and capabilities are shortlisted for deployment, with a degree of flexibility to mitigate unforeseeable risks.
Training and development. Providing project-specific training to shortlisted employees
Impact of Human Resources deployment planning
Technical performance: An ability to meet technical requirements of the project.
Technological innovativeness: The team on site is able to meet challenges to problems technical in and find solutions that are fast, efficient and cost-effective.
Project efficiency in execution: Overall improved adherence to time and cost projections for the project.
Team performance: is effective towards reducing risk, streamlining decision making, improved information exchange and a higher level of motivation achieved through teamwork.
Possible Difficulties in this process
Methods to negate problems / difficulties
Ill-trained personnel deployed to site.
Deployment only after appropriate training and vetting of skillsets
Attrition of personnel during project attrition
Project continuity assured through teamwork, where contingencies in terms...
Evaluation of the effectiveness of human and material resource control can be done setting up and analyzing KPIs for all the different stakeholders in a project; the clients, contractors, workers, consultants and the suppliers. Benchmarks, both internal and external, assist in evaluating performance of all stakeholders in the project.
Criticality of the activity. Monitoring is more extensive and frequent for activities that are an important part of the Project Critical path, to the extent that all activities that lead up to it are also monitored extensively to mitigate any potential risks in the timely execution of these activities.
Time frame and sub-components of the activity. An activity that has several components that have to come together over, say, a 36 hr period, shall be monitored at the beginning and end of each component sub-activity.
Criticality: Installation is a 36 hour process, and factors like availability of the crane, completion of chiller platforms on terrace, completion of housing nuts, presenc