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Project Resource Checklist Management of project resources aims to develop a resource plan that describes all types of resources (incl. labor, funds, equipment, materials) required to reach project completion. This Project Resource Checklist explains you how to plan for resource consumption.


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  1. Labor.
    • Make a short description of tasks that you expect to include in your project.
    • Define all roles involved in performing your project, including full-time, part-time and contracting roles.
    • List all necessary skills and abilities that will be required for human resources to perform project tasks and roles.
    • Identify desired types and quantity of professionals (e.g. designers, analysts, programmers, builders, etc.) that possess necessary skills and abilities and perform project tasks and roles.
    • List all possible external sources which will make desired professionals available for accomplishing project tasks and roles.
    • Find out what labor resources you can acquire internally, within your organization.
    • Make a preliminary estimate of labor hours required for project staff to perform tasks and roles.
    • Start a recruitment process to find candidates to the project team.
    • Use group and individual interviews to select the best candidates.
    • Hold introduction meetings with selected candidates to explain them project tasks and roles.
    • Develop a staffing plan that explores tools, methods and processes for managing human resources throughout the project lifecycle. 
  2. Equipment & Materials.
    • List all types of equipment (e.g. photocopiers, mobile phones, machinery, computers, etc.) involved in performing the project.
    • Identify all types of non-consumable materials required to complete project activities and tasks.
    • Identify all types of consumable materials required to build physical deliverables.
    • Define external sources of necessary materials and equipment.
    • Establish contractual relationships with target suppliers.
    • Check what materials and equipment are available in your organization.
    • Develop a procurement management plan that explains what items to purchase and what contractors to work with. 
  3. Finance.
    • Develop a preliminary cost estimate that identifies the total amount of expenses that your project will generate.
    • Estimate internal financial resources of your organization to find out if these resources can cover estimated expenses.
    • Identify external sources of project investment.
    • Request the sponsor of your project for funds possible for investing.
    • Create a drafted budget sheet that specifies total funds and total expenses.
    • Develop a cost management plan that explores tools, methods and processes for managing project cost throughout the implementation lifecycle. 
    • Information & Technology.
    • Identify what information technology (including software and computer systems) is required for your project to keep it secure and feasible.
    • Define a data management process that explains how project information should be treated by project staff.
    • Develop a data privacy policy that explores data protection mechanisms and defines access authorities for personnel.
    • Add the privacy policy to your project communication plan that explains how information should be shared and distributed among project participants. 
  4. Scheduling.
    • Establish the resource baseline that defines types, quantity, quality and availability of all resources planned for your project.
    • Develop a resource timeline that explains how every kind of resources will be used either individually or in combination with ...


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