Projects are conducted with and for many people. This includes team members who do the work, as well as stakeholders who have an interest in the project’s 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 that project teams face.
2. Effectively acquire, develop, and lead your team.
3. Identify, prioritize, communicate with, and build relationships with project stakeholders.
A project team is a select group of individuals with complementary skills and disciplines who work together on interdependent and interrelated tasks for ...