Case Study of IRTC Manufacturing Enterprises

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Running head: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENTHuman Resource Management: Case Study of IRTC Manufacturing EnterprisesName of the student:Name of the university:
1HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENTTable of ContentsIntroduction......................................................................................................................................21.Exploring the usage of Earned Value Management inIRTC Manufacturing Enterprises..........21.1 Identification ofthe roles needing to be filled...........................................................................21.2 Defining the skills required for each role..................................................................................51.3 Determining the skill sets of the team members........................................................................61.4 Assign team members to roles...................................................................................................71.4.1 Candidate nominated..............................................................................................................71.4.2 Justification for the selection..................................................................................................81.4.3 Explanation on conflict or problem encountered....................................................................8Conclusion.......................................................................................................................................9References......................................................................................................................................10
2HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENTIntroductionThis report depicts the importance of developing legacy billing system in a companynamed as IRTC Manufacturing Enterprise. However; the company already has a legacy billingsystem but in order to gain competitive advantages and measurable revenue they are willing toimprove their existing system that has been originally installed 10 year ago. A team of 2 full timeemployees are employed to upgrade the billing system and the total time considered for thisimprovement is about 9-12 weeks. The aim of the company is to develop a new web basedversion for their employees to reduce cost, increase the overall working efficiency.In order to accomplish the project within estimated time and budget the roles andresponsibilities of the employees and project team members are required to be fulfilledaccordingly (Brewer, Wallin & Ashenbaum, 2014). The project manager is responsible tocontrol and monitor the entire project during the initiation and even after the completion of theproject. The roles of the project team members and their knowledge and skill set that are helpfulto meet the requirement of the system are also elaborated in this report.1.Exploring the usage of Earned Value Management inIRTC ManufacturingEnterprises1.1 Identification ofthe roles needing to be filledThe aim of IRTC Manufacturing Enterprises is to provide a secured, efficient andeffective solution by upgrading their existing legacy billing system to the consumers. It has beenanalyzed that, different components are there those are to be upgraded for improving the system
3HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT(Hong & Kwon, 2012). In order to upgrade this system the roles those have been assigned are thebusiness analyst, system developers, system tester, system analyzer, team leader and the businessanalysts. It is the responsibility of the project team leader to lead, guide and motivate the rest ofthe project team members (Kerzner, 2013). The roles needed to be fulfilled by the project teammembers are as follows:Name of theappointed personRolesResponsibilitiesRobinBusiness analystThe business analyst’s responsibility startsfrom the project starting and does not endup even after the execution of the project.The business analysts are responsible toextract, anticipate, constraints, organize theproject requirements (Schwalbe, 2015).Not only this but also translation of therequirements, simplification, safeguard,verification and managing thoserequirements are also the responsibility ofthe business analysts.
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