Establishing Project Teams
Project management is not just about creating schedules and budgets. One of the more challenging aspects is bringing people together to solve problems and take advantage of new opportunities.
Before we get into the mechanics of ‘establishing a project team” it is useful to think about what a team is. What are the defining characteristics of a team? What sets a team apart from just a group of people? Just because everyone works together or in close proximity it doesn’t automatically follow that they belong to a team. Teams have five key defining characteristics that the project manager must be aware of when establishing a project team and creating the right environment for the project team.
So what are the steps towards establishing a high performance project team? How does the project manager build the right team?
This course answers these questions about establishing a project team. By the end of this course you will:
• Know the 5 defining characteristics of a team;
• Understand the 6 key elements for establishing a successful project team
• Gain a better understanding of your personal characteristics and how they may affect team interactions.
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It will take an average of 1.5 hours to complete this lesson including completing the quiz to find out where you fall on the introversion/extroversion spectrum. If it takes longer, then you can claim extra CPD credits. At the completion of the course you will be able to print a unique certificate of completion for your records which shows the equivalent hours of CPD. The course forms part of Continuing Professional Development’s online project management series.
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