Project Management Institute

Learning the hard way

Project success generally depends on whether stakeholders are happy with a project's results. On each project, project managers do their best to get stakeholders involved, but projects still get into trouble. This article discusses how better performance can be obtained when more time is spent on building the team. It describes how these four actions will result in happy team members: keep team members informed; get to know team members; protect your team; and use positive reinforcement.
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