Running head: PROJECT SCOPE 1
PROJECT SCOPE 2
Project Scope Statement: Shawcor
Respectfully submitted to Dr. Onu
PROJECT SCOPE STATEMENT
HR Transformation Project
The project on HR Transformation is specifically involves recruiting the participants, collecting data from the participants through methods primary data collection and secondary data collection. Additionally, the data collecting is analyzed to determine the most efficient and most economical way of attracting and maintaining talents in the Shawcor company.
May 8, 2021
Class 1 (Minor)
Step 1. Project Deliverables
Please list all project deliverables listed in the Project Charter and, if necessary, elaborate on them. Do not list dates. Add more rows, as necessary.
Signing of the consent form. The consent form was signed and approved by Institutional Review Board after meeting the required ethical standards of recruitments process whereby the consent vowed to protect the privacy of the participants.
The project received funding from two project sponsors, one being the international sponsor Common Fun for Commodities (CFC) and the other being the company of Shawcor.
Project approval from the third part authorities which allowed the project to be run using the facilities belonging to community such the social hole where questionnaires and interviews were conducted.
Recruitment process took a period of two weeks. By the end of the two weeks’ time, a total of two hundred participants had been recruited to participate in the research process.
Acquired two trucks and three vans and two buses for aid transport service to ensure smooth running of the entire exercise of the project
Received efficient and technological equipment or facilities such as laptops and computers 50 and 70 respectively to aid efficient data storage among other significant functions of the research.
¾ of the participants admitted having applied the use of rewards and bonuses and trainings to attract and maintain appropriate talents in the organizations.
Step 2. List of Project Tasks
all project tasks
to be completed, based on the “Deliverables” specified in the Project Charter. Do not list dates. Add more rows, as necessary. Optional: you may substitute a work breakdown structure (WBS), or mind-map in lieu of Step 2. Please attach WBS or mind-map to document.
Substitution: Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) attached
Task to be completed
For Deliverable #.
Creation of consent form and signing of the form by the Institutional Review Board which signals the kick-start of the project research.
Approval of the project’s activities by the third-party authorities which lead to acquisition or access of the community social hall to conduct the research study.
Finding sponsors to fund the activities of the entire project. A number of potential sponsors have been listed among them is the international organization the Common Fund for Commodities (CFC) (Hirsch, 2001)
Recruitment process projected to last for a period of two weeks after receiving approval and signing of the consent form by the Institutional Review Board (IRB) (Bankert, 2006)
Acquisition of transport facilities such as trucks, buses, and vans to aid transportation of equipment as well the research participants.
Acquisition of technological equipment such as laptops and desktops to aid the research study activities which involves collection and storage of data for analysis.
Collection of data through the use of appropriate data collection methods such as interviews and questionnaires. Secondary data were obtained from electronic services.
Sampling and analyzation of the project data collected through the use of primary and secondary data collected to obtain the results.
End of the project whereby the project teams are released for further obligations.
Step 3. Out of Scope
This project will NOT accomplish or include the following:
The participants recruited to participate in the research were later identified to be a huge number that requires more time and resources, therefore termed as cumbersome. Therefore, the research will reduce the number of participants involved in the research by ten percent.
Step 4. Project Assumptions
Please list any project factors that will be considered to be true, real, or certain. Assumptions generally involve a certain degree of risk.
The use of company’s or organization’s values and mission aligned to job descriptions significantly, helps to significantly boosts talent retention and attraction
The use of reward programs and bonuses also aids talent retention and attraction.
Creating an online website for a particular company helps to increase interaction of potential talents that matches the job description of an organization.
The use of primary data is more accurate and efficient more that the use of secondary data (Ibidunn
The use of primary data is more expensive exercise than the use of secondary data.
Step 5. Project Constraints
Project Start Date
Project End Date
List any hard deadline(s)
Collection of data 05/20/2021-06/03/2021
List other dates/descriptions of key milestones
· 06/03/2021-06/07/2021 analyzation of data collected to obtain the results of the research
population of the project participants exceeds the projected budget of the research by 10%
Total (maximum) projected budget is 1.45 million dollars.
Maximum budget for key project deliverables N/A
Quality or performance constraints
Step 6. Updated Estimates
Estimate T&C hours required to complete project
If charge-back project, list total estimated T&C cost
Required for Project Class
Role of Approver
Submitted for Approval on:
Approval Received on:
1. Client + Client Supervisor
2. T&C Supervising Manager
Class 3 + 4 only
3. VP for Technology & Comm.
Class 3 + 4 only
4. Project Review Board
Class 3 + 4 only
5. Other Organizational Governance
Attach any additional documentation.
Office Use Only:
Bankert, E. A., & Amdur, R. J. (2006). Institutional review board: Management and function. Jones & Bartlett Learning. https://books.google.co.ke/books?hl=en&lr=&id=ZVByC6VVsl0C&oi=fnd&pg=PR11&dq=Institutional+review+Board&ots=5dqIKK46iA&sig=Lmu4kRGWqyXqHEBxLVN6_ZfRYLM&redir_esc=y
Hirsch, S. (2001). Common Fund for Commodities. Options Méditerranéennes: Série B. Etudes et Recherches, (33), 75-83. https://om.ciheam.org/om/pdf/b33/02001696.pdf
Ibidunn, S., Osibanjo, A. O., Adeniji, A. A., Salau, O. P., & Falola, H. O. (2015). Talent retention and organizational performance: A competitive positioning in Nigerian banking sector. Periodica Polytechnica Social and Management Sciences, 24(1), 1-13. http://eprints.covenantuniversity.edu.ng/5812/
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