A tale of two teams

Project success is determined not by tools and techniques used, not by the budgets and schedules planned and followed, but by the individuals who work together to realize the objectives and meet expectations. This article discusses three factors (character, competence, and chemistry) that can help project managers identify the people-related issues that could be hampering a project's realization, factors defined by author Bill Hybels as critical to achieving successful project outcomes. It also describes how each factor shapes the relationship between team members and the project manager.
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