CHAPTER 12BStudies in Project Human Resource ManagementLeadership

HANS J. THAMHAIN, PHD, PMP, BENTLEY COLLEGE

More than any other organizational form, effective project management requires an understanding of motivational forces and leadership. The ability to build project teams, motivate people, and create organizational structures conducive to innovative and effective work requires sophisticated interpersonal and organizational skills.

There is no single magic formula for successful project management. However, most senior managers agree that effective management of multidisciplinary activities requires an understanding of the interaction of organizational and behavioral elements in order to build an environment conducive to the team’s motivational ...

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