All projects require skilled human resources to successfully accomplish goals. Resource managers are responsible for assigning the right people to the right projects at the right time.

They manage employees currently in the workplace and determine hiring needs based on each project’s requirements. While the project manager focuses on getting tasks done, the resource manager coordinates capabilities and workload.

Collaborating with the resource manager, the project manager assigns people to tasks. Then, while the project manager monitors activities, the resource manager monitors capabilities.

If skill sets fall short of task needs, the resource manager arranges for coaching, training or resource adjustments. Also, while the project manager assesses the impact of change on the work environment, the resource manager assesses the training needs of employees who will be affected by the project’s results.

Our Processes in Resource Mangement

Schedule the consumption of each resource within the project.

Step 1: List the resource required

  • Labor. Identify all the roles involved in performing the project, including all full-time, part-time and contracting roles.
  • Equipment. Identify all of the equipment involved in performing the project.
  • Materials. Identify all of the non-consumable materials to complete project activities.
  • Hardware/software. Identify if applicable.

Step 2: Estimate the number of resources required

  • Labor, estimate how many hours you need per role
  • Equipment, estimate how many pieces of equipment needed
  • Materials, estimate how much material, in terms such as square meters, kilograms, number of units, etc.

Step 3: Construct a resource schedule

  • Resources required to complete the project
  • Time frames for the consumption of each resource
  • Quantity of each resource required per week/month
  • Assumptions and constraints identified

Our Resource Plan

List the resource required. You should start by listing the resources required to complete the project.

Estimate the number of resources required. The next step is to estimate the number of each resource.

We will collect all the information required to build a detailed Resource Schedule.


Marketing Research

Research helps you plan the best way to get your product from the manufacturer to the retail shelf. In addition to deciding which retailers should carry your product, you should determine where your inventory will be held.

Listen to your team

Go to your team, and tell them you want to make a fresh start. Tell them you want them to enjoy their jobs more and get more done.

Analyze the Problem

In this problem solving step, you will want to figure out what caused the problem, what the problem looks like at this moment, and the urgency of addressing the problem.