Emotional project management

In projects, there are emotions, such as anger, fear, joy, sadness and surprise. Emotions are intensive feelings of individuals, teams, or organizations with a clear beginning and end.Emotions in projects can be caused structurally or they can be specifically induced. It is a project management task to analyze emotions, and to plan and carry out strategies and actions to deal with them. Consciously dealing with emotions is a success factor in projects.In the different sub-processes of project management, there are different reasons for emotions.Project managers, as well as project owners and project team members, require emotional competence to manage emotions in projects.
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