Projects are conducted with and for many people. Some are team members who do the work, others are stakeholders who have an interest in the project process and/or results. This chapter deals with understanding and working effectively with both your team and all other stakeholders.
The purpose of this chapter is to help you:
1. Work through typical issues project teams face.
2. Effectively acquire, develop, and lead your team.
3. Identify, prioritize, communicate with, and build relationships with project stakeholders.
As we mentioned in Chapter 2, ideally the entire project team will be involved early on in the lifecycle of the project and can help draft the charter. Helping ...