Resource Staffing

Discussion created by John_George Employee on May 7, 2014
Latest reply on May 9, 2014 by Chris_Hackett
Project Managers (PM) and Resource Managers (RM) can work together to staff teams for projects. They can adopt very formal planning processes that require a PM to submit a requisition to a RM. The PM can even decide to approve or reject the staff allocations proposed by the RM. They can also adopt less formal resource planning methods where the PM adds staff directly to their own projects without requesting RM approval.
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