hr project management final team report

Required Resources

Kloppenborg, T. (2019). Contemporary Project Management. (4th ed.). Stamford, CT: Cengage Learning.

Microsoft Project 2013. Available free for Strayer University students through iCampus. Details on how to download the software are available in the online course shell in the Additional Resources section of the Student Center.

Supplemental Resources

Project Management Institute (2014). Talent Management: Powering Strategic Initiatives in the PMO. Retrieved from http://www.pmi.org/learning/thought-leadership/series/talent-management/powering-strategic-initiatives-pmo

Project 2013 Quick Start Guide: https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Project-2013-Quick-Start-Guide-1C7A29F9-C0A1-486D-B945-C48CB0091DDB

Society for Human Resource Management (2017). Cultivate a High-Energy Workforce. Retrieved from https://www.shrm.org/ResourcesAndTools/hr-topics/employee-relations/Pages/Cultivate-a-High-Energy-Workforce.aspx

Society for Human Resource Management (2017). 9 HR Tech Trends for 2017. Retrieved from https://www.shrm.org/hr-today/news/hr-magazine/0217/pages/9-hr-tech-trends-for-2017.aspx

Society for Human Resource Management (2016). Viewpoint: Teamwork Is a Two-Way Street. Retrieved from https://www.shrm.org/resourcesandtools/hr-topics/behavioral-competencies/relationship-management/pages/teamwork-is-a-two-way-street-real-world-relationship-management.aspx

Tangco, R. (n.d.). Project Charter: How Important Is It? Retrieved August 2011, from

https://www.theicpm.com/blog/item/3621-project-charter–how-important-is-it

The Project Management Institute: http://www.pmi.org/

The Society for Human Resource Management: https://www.shrm.org

Assignment 5: HR Project Management Final Team Report

Worth 200 points

You are now ready to present to management a final report on establishing a project team and project phases needed to initiate the changes for a more centralized model of delivering HR services. Once the management team receives the report and is thoroughly briefed on the direction the project will take, you and your project team will begin work on the project.

The management team report will be a consolidation of the previous assignment papers you have written in this course PLUS a Report Overview (sort of like an executive summary) and Final Conclusion (offering importance of topics and recommendations for next steps). You may make up a fictitious company name (DO NOT use real companies) and create your own HR project team name.

Prepare a thirty (30) page paper in which you:

  • Create a minimum 2 full-page report overview (executive summary) summarizing and emphasizing the key points of the report’s contents, which are the topics from previous papers in the course. HINT:
  • Copy and paste all content with headings from the previous course assignments minus any cover pages, running heads, introduction and conclusion sections, and reference pages. All information must be properly aligned and formatted according to APA guidelines and each page must have a page number (your choice of number location).
  • Prepare and include an original conclusion section to be placed immediately after the paper content. NOTE: Do not use any previous conclusion sections from past papers in the course. The conclusion section must take all previous papers into account.
  • Create the reference page(s) by copying and pasting ALL references from the previous 4 assignments and any new references as a result of this report. Remember, the reference page should be separate from the other text.

Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements:

  • All content within the paper must be set up and aligned per the requirements for an APA-style paper.
  • All text font will be Times New Roman 12 pt. and spacing between all lines of information will not exceed double space.
  • A cover page is required for the assignment and the student is allowed to be creative in designing their own cover page. It does not have to meet APA guidelines.
  • Cover and reference pages are not counted in the minimum page count.
  • All in-text citations must contain 3 parts: (1) Author or Source, (2) Year, and (3) Page or Paragraph number. This goes for direct quotes and paraphrased information.

The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are:

  • Explain the elements of project management and its relationship to human resource management.
  • Assess organizational strategies that contribute to effective project management of human resources.
  • Determine the characteristics of a successful project plan.
  • Use technology and information resources to research issues in employee and labor relations.
  • Write clearly and concisely about employee and labor relations using proper writing mechanics.

Grading for this assignment will be based on answer quality, logic/organization of the paper, and language and writing skills, using the following rubric

Points: 200

Assignment 5: HR Project Management Final Team Report

Criteria

Unacceptable

Below 70% F

Fair

70-79% C

Proficient

80-89% B

Exemplary

90-100% A

1. Create a minimum 2 full-pages report overview (executive summary) summarizing and emphasizing the key points of the report’s contents which are the topics from previous papers in the course.

Weight: 20%

Did not submit or incompletely created a minimum 2 full-pages report overview (executive summary) summarizing and emphasizing the key points of the report’s contents, which are the topics from previous papers in the course.

Partially created a minimum 2 full-pages report overview (executive summary) summarizing and emphasizing the key points of the report’s contents, which are the topics from previous papers in the course.

Satisfactorily created a minimum 2 full-pages report overview (executive summary) summarizing and emphasizing the key points of the report’s contents, which are the topics from previous papers in the course.

Thoroughly created a minimum 2 full-pages report overview (executive summary) summarizing and emphasizing the key points of the report’s contents, which are the topics from previous papers in the course.

2. Copy and paste all content with headings from the previous course assignments minus any cover pages, running heads, introduction and conclusion sections, and reference pages with information properly aligned and formatted according to APA guidelines (and each page must have a page number).

Weight: 20%

Did not submit or incompletely copied and pasted all content with headings from the previous course assignments minus any cover pages, running heads, introduction and conclusion sections, and reference pages with information properly aligned and formatted according to APA guidelines (and each page must have a page number).

Partially copied and pasted all content with headings from the previous course assignments minus any cover pages, running heads, introduction and conclusion sections, and reference pages with information properly aligned and formatted according to APA guidelines (and each page must have a page number).

Satisfactorily copied and pasted all content with headings from the previous course assignments minus any cover pages, running heads, introduction and conclusion sections, and reference pages with information properly aligned and formatted according to APA guidelines (and each page must have a page number).

Thoroughly copied and pasted all content with headings from the previous course assignments minus any cover pages, running heads, introduction and conclusion sections, and reference pages with information properly aligned and formatted according to APA guidelines (and each page must have a page number).

3. Prepare and include an original conclusion section to be placed immediately after the paper content and not use any previous conclusion sections from past papers in the course, making sure the conclusion section takes all previous papers into account.

Weight: 25%

Did not submit or incompletely prepared and included an original conclusion section to be placed immediately after the paper content and not use any previous conclusion sections from past papers in the course, and did not make sure the conclusion section takes all previous papers into account.

Partially prepared and included an original conclusion section to be placed immediately after the paper content and not use any previous conclusion sections from past papers in the course, and partially made sure the conclusion section takes all previous papers into account.

Satisfactorily prepared and included an original conclusion section to be placed immediately after the paper content and not use any previous conclusion sections from past papers in the course, and satisfactorily made sure the conclusion section takes all previous papers into account.

Thoroughly prepared and included an original conclusion section to be placed immediately after the paper content and not use any previous conclusion sections from past papers in the course, and thoroughly made sure the conclusion section takes all previous papers into account.

4. Create the reference page(s) by copying and pasting ALL references from the previous 4 assignments and any new references as a result of this report.

Weight: 20%

Did not submit or incompletely created the reference page(s) by copying and pasting ALL references from the previous 4 assignments and any new references as a result of this report.

Partially created the reference page(s) by copying and pasting ALL references from the previous 4 assignments and any new references as a result of this report.

Satisfactorily created the reference page(s) by copying and pasting ALL references from the previous 4 assignments and any new references as a result of this report.

Thoroughly created the reference page(s) by copying and pasting ALL references from the previous 4 assignments and any new references as a result of this report.

5. Clarity and writing mechanics

Weight: 15%

More than 6 errors present

5-6 errors present

3-4 errors present

0-2 errors present

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