| Managing the Project Team |
Today, project managers operate in a global environment and work on joint projects characterized by cultural diversity. Teamwork is the key to project success. This book focuses on developing and sustaining the project team throughout the project life cycle and promotes working interdependently in a climate of mutual trust and a win-win atmosphere. It will help readers understand the stages of team development, build strong project teams by eliminating barriers to high performance, select and organize the project team for success by gaining commitment through participative decision-making, and develop a matching skill and responsibility matrix. After reading this book, project leaders should be able to create an environment to facilitate open and effective communication, develop trust and motivation within the project team, and develop appropriate team leadership styles and strategies to suit the project. This book is Volume Three of The Human Aspects of Project Management series.
Vijay Verma, M.B.A. is a leading authority on organizations and the human side of managing projects. He has written extensively about people on projects, including Human Resource Skills for the Project Manager. Mr. Verma holds the following degrees: B.S., Engineering, Punjab University; M.E., Electrical Engineering, Technical University of Nova Scotia; and an M.B.A., University of British Columbia.
How to Obtain this Book
- Hardcover: 296 pages
- Publisher: Project Management Institute (January 1997)
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