Project human resource management includes the processes required to make effective use of the people involved with a project.
There is a substantial body of literature that deals with:
Leading, communicating, negotiating, and others.
Delegating, motivating, coaching, mentoring and other subjects dealing with individuals.
Team building, dealing with conflict, and other subjects dealing with groups.
Performance appraisal, recruitment, labor relations, health and safety regulations and other administrative functions.
While applying this material to project management it is important to note that:
The temporary nature of projects means the personal and organizational relationships will generally be both temporary and new.
The nature and number of project stakeholders will often change as the project moves from phase to phase.
Human resource adminstrative activities are seldom a direct responsibility of the project management team.
9.1 Organizational Planning
9.2 Staff Acquisition
9.3 Team Development