Project Work Breakdown Structure This is provides a visual representation of the implementation of the integrated human resource management system. This work break down structure provides an insight into what the entire project involves. A hierarchal structure of tasks and sub tasks during project implementation are clearly presented. This is an effective way of communicating the processes that will be incorporated in the project through different tasks. This will ensure that the project is broken down into manageable tasks. The projects work breakdown structure can be outlined as shown in the table below. Level 1Level 2Level 31 The BroadMap integrated human resource management system implementation. 1.1 Initial stage1.2 IHRMS PROJECT Plan development1.3 IHRMS implementation1.4 Monitoring HRMS implementation process1.5 Training program 1.1.1 Evaluation of the human resource management needs 1.1.2 Development of the project proposal1.1.3 submitting the project proposal1.1.4 company executive Reviews of the proposal1.1.5 approval of the project proposal 1.2.1 Development of a Preliminary Scope Statement 1.2.2 Selection of the Project implementation team from within the human resource department1.2.3 Briefing of the Project Team members1.2.4 Development of the final HRMS implementation Project Plan1.2.5 Submitting the HRMS Plan1.2.6 approval of the Project Plan by the BroadMap executive 1.3.1 Project implementation briefing 1.3.2 Identification of system developerIdentify the development environment.
1.3.3 Design the Integrated human resource system architecture. 1.3.4 Identify the development environment. 1.3.5 Identify the quality assurance standards of the system. 1.3.6 Definition of HRMS reports and development1.3.7 Definition of the HRMS interfaces and sub-programs and their development1.3.8 Train human resource department employees on the usage of the HRMS system. 1.3.9 Test runs the system. 1.3.10 Commission the HRMS system 1.4.1 Management of the HRMS Project 1.4.2 Project monitoring sessions with the development team1.4.3 Risk assessments and analysis1.4.4 Revise IHRMS Project Plan 1.5.1 Development of the training specifications for the human resource department employees1.5.2 Development of training specifications for system support. 1.5.3 Identification of the appropriate training methodology 1.5.4 Development of training materials1.5.5 Conducting different training usability studies1.5.6 Finalizing training materials1.5.7 Develop an effective training delivery mechanism1.5.8 Training complete1.6 HRMS project completion stage1.6.1 Audit the system architecture design and development process.
1.6.2 Identify areas of system improvement1.6.3 Revise the relevant HRMS documentation on BroadMap human resources. 1.6.4 Seek Formal approval for the completion of the HRMS project1.6.5 Final documentation and report preparation of the project Task 7: Critical path tasks1.1.1 Evaluation of the human resource management needs Management1.1.2 Development of the project proposalManagement1.1.3 Submitting the project proposalProject Manager1.1.4 Company executive Reviews of the proposalProject Manager1.1.5 Approval of the project proposal 1.2.1 Development of a Preliminary Scope Statement Project Manager1.2.2 Selection of the Project implementation team from within the human resource departmentProject Manager1.2.3 Briefing of the Project Team membersProject Manager1.2.4 Development of the final HRMS implementation Project PlanAnalystDeployment Team1.2.5 Submitting the HRMS PlanProject Manager1.2.6 Approval of the Project Plan by the BroadMap executive Project Manager1.2.7 Secure required resourcesProject Manager1.2.8 Project plan and Analysis complete1.3.1 Project implementation briefing Analyst1.3.2 Identification of system developerAnalystIdentify the development environment.
Analyst1.3.3 Design the Integrated human resource system architecture. Management1.3.4 Identify the development environment. Management1.3.5 Identify the quality assurance standards of the system. ManagementProject Manager1.3.6 Definition of HRMS reports and development1.3.7 Definition of the HRMS interfaces and sub-programs and their development1.3.8 Train human resource department employees on the usage of the HRMS system. 1.3.9 Test-run the system. 1.3.10 Commission the HRMS system Developer