create a high-level Communication Management Plan. Create two documents: a project communication plan and the Human Resource Plan that includes RAM (Resource Assignment Matrix)
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Project Communication Plan Elements: During the planning phase of your project, you need to create a high-level Communication Management Plan that defines the general communication requirements for your project. Although there are some standard items to include in your plans, such as Project Kick-Off, Review, Status, and Team Meetings, it’s important to spend time gathering input from all stakeholder groups to ensure the plan is comprehensive. That said, it’s also important to note that changes may need to be made to the plan as the project moves forward.
This plan should include:
The plan’s purpose and approach
Communication goals and objectives
Communication tools and methods
High-level project communication messages
Human Resource Plan Elements: When Planning Human Resource Management, the first thing is to identify all the project roles and responsibilities (RAM). Documenting the reporting relationships and the staffing management plan are key to the planning process. Project roles are roles taken up by individuals or groups within or outside of the project itself.
Minimally, your human resource plan should include:
Roles and responsibilities of team members throughout the project
Project organization charts
Plan to Include:
o How resources will be acquired
o Timeline for resources/skill sets
o Training required to develop skills
o How performance reviews will be conducted
o Recognition and rewards system
Project communication plan: Three pages in length, excluding the Title and Reference pages.
Human Resource plan: Three pages in length, excluding the Title and Reference pages.
APA format, including in-text citations for referenced works.