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Part 6: Team Development Plan
For the project selected in Unit I, create a simple project team development plan. Your plan should follow the process for developing and managing a team, as referred to in Figures 6.1 and 6.2 in the textbook. Your plan should include an introduction and should answer the following questions:

What human resource tools will you draw upon in the overall development and management of the project team?

What approach will you take to kick off the project team?

What ground rules will you establish for team meetings and interaction?

What specific ways will you demonstrate emotional intelligence in the development of the project team?

What methods will you employ to resolve conflict throughout the stages of team development?

What will be the conflict sources within the team development process?

How will you set and measure goals and reward achievement?

Compile the team development plan that addresses the questions above. Feel free to use a table to summarize your policy and approach. (As one example, refer to Table 6.2 in the textbook).Submit your team development plan in the form of a minimum two-page document. Adhere to APA Style when constructing this assignment, including in-text citations and references for all sources that are used. Please note that no abstract is needed.1

Project Selection, Stakeholder Identification and Analysis
Bryan Reitsma
Columbia Southern University

Project Selection, Stakeholder Identification and Analysis

Office relocation refers to shifting a company or corporate from one building to the other. Relocation is not an easy task, however, it is essential in a business setting because it provides companies with an opportunity to move to other spaces and tap on greater opportunities. Therefore, before real relocation, managers need to involve stakeholders in the decision to move. Office relocation is an organizational change which requires the input and support of stakeholders. In most cases, stakeholders and the staff offer some kinds of resistance during change initiatives; therefore, involving them in the idea of office relocation is paramount (Bryson, 2004). Clear communication to the staff members and stakeholders about the tasks required during relocation is necessary. More so, stakeholders are vital in brainstorming the needs of the organization during relocation, venue, and time.
By identifying stakeholders early before office relocation and engaging them regularly and effectively, there are possibilities that they will support the relocation and not block it. Therefore, the plan to identify and analyze stakeholders in this case will be by asking questions such as;
The most affected by the project either positively or negatively
Who has power to ensure the project succeeds or fails?
Who decides about finances?
The end users
Who will solve problems during relocation?
During stakeholder analysis, the project will focus on categorizing the stakeholders based on their importance and significance towards the project. For instance, categorizing them into aspects such as those with higher powers and interests, those with higher power but low interest, those with lower power but higher interest and those with lower power and lower interest will be essential for this project. After such an analysis, the project manager can now focus on developing other plans including a communication plan, resource management plan, stakeholder management plan and project report management plan before kick-starting the project.

Bryson, J. M. (2004). What to do when stakeholders matter: stakeholder identification and analysis techniques. 
Public management review, 
6(1), 21-53.

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