Identifying Your Organizational Teams

A project like this requires a lot of time and effort as well as a broad range of knowledge, expertise, and experience. Unless you are managing a very small network, this project is likely to require more than one person to plan and implement. Team members are assigned to various roles, each of which is concerned with a different aspect of the project.

Each of these roles may be filled by one or more persons, devoting all or part of their workday—and beyond in some cases—to the project. No direct correlation exists between a team role and a single individual who performs it. In a large organization, a team of individuals might fulfill each of these roles, while in a small organization one person can fill more ...

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