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Developing Strengths-Based Project Teams by Connie Plowman, Martha Buelt

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CHAPTER 1

Introduction: The How and the Why

Welcome to Developing Strengths-Based Project Teams!

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Think about your project team. Each of your team members brings their talents and their project management (PM) tool kit to your project team. Their “kit” contains their own project management knowledge, concepts, skills, experiences, competencies, and expertise. Although each team member’s PM tool kit may contain common tools, each team member has a unique combination of tools.

Your team members also have unique talents, which they have developed and have the potential to further develop. Your collective project team’s unique talents combined with their collective PM tool kits are what equip your team ...

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