tailieunhanh - Lecture Project management: The managerial process (6/e) - Chapter 11: Managing project teams

The main contents of chapter 11 consist of the following: The five-stage team development model, situational factors affecting team development, building high-performance project teams, managing virtual project teams, project team pitfalls. | 11–1 Project Management 6e. 11–2 Where We Are Now 11–2 Project Management 6e. 11–3 High-Performing Teams Synergy 1 + 1 + 1 = 10 (positive synergy) 1 + 1 + 1 = 2 (negative synergy) Characteristics of High-performing Teams Share a sense of common purpose Make effective use of individual talents and expertise Have balanced and shared roles Maintain a problem solving focus Accept differences of opinion and expression Encourage risk taking and creativity Set high personal performance standards Identify with the team 11–3 Project Management 6e. 11–4 Conditions Favoring Development of High Performance Project Teams Ten or fewer team members Voluntary team membership Continuous service on the team Full-time assignment to the team An organization culture of cooperation and trust Members report solely to the project manager All relevant functional areas are represented on the team The project involves a compelling objective Members are in close communication with each other 11–4 Project .