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Process of developing project team
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What topics do you usually address in this process?
Is the project to bear the costs of this process?
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Oct 12, 2019 12:14 PM
Replying to Luis Branco
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Dear Thomas
Thanks for your comment and perspective
I try, as much as possible, projects where I am the project manager, to recruit people with the technical skills.
However, I consider it important, in integration, to implement training actions related to teamwork, conflict management, communication and, of course, values ??to be shared by all.
Dear Luis
think it is true for most (project) managers that they hire for technical skill but also they fire for attitude.
It is harder to learn new behavior than to learn new technical skills.

So I suggest to anyone to change this behavior. At least think of it and be courageous to try it out. Be a leader, not only a manager.
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Oct 18, 2019 7:25 AM
Luis Branco
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Dean Thomas
We absolutely agree
Thanks for sharing your opinion
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Oct 15, 2019 9:57 AM
Replying to Thomas Walenta
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Dear Luis
think it is true for most (project) managers that they hire for technical skill but also they fire for attitude.
It is harder to learn new behavior than to learn new technical skills.

So I suggest to anyone to change this behavior. At least think of it and be courageous to try it out. Be a leader, not only a manager.
Dean Thomas
We absolutely agree
Thanks for sharing your opinion
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As others have mentioned, I'm not entirely sure of the question but we are developing a tool to help identify the size of the project team, but we are dealing with very large acquisitions for the military where project teams can be in the hundreds. As far as developing the skills of the project team, projects are required to pay for all associated training costs for project team staff. Each employee, whether they work on a project team or not, is required to complete a training course plan each year that identifies the courses they wish to take. Their managers review and approve the course plan, and requisite funding is made available on a priority basis.
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Nov 03, 2019 5:28 AM
Luis Branco
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Dear Steve
Thank you for participating in this reflection and for your opinion.

In the "Manage Project Resources" knowledge area there is a "Develop Project Team" process

When budgeting your projects do you consider this item?

The other topic is related to two questions:
1. How do you give your team information about the principles, values, organization and working methods for your project?
2. Usually in which areas does training focus? (Technical or Behavioral)
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Oct 18, 2019 12:54 PM
Replying to Steve Ratkaj
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As others have mentioned, I'm not entirely sure of the question but we are developing a tool to help identify the size of the project team, but we are dealing with very large acquisitions for the military where project teams can be in the hundreds. As far as developing the skills of the project team, projects are required to pay for all associated training costs for project team staff. Each employee, whether they work on a project team or not, is required to complete a training course plan each year that identifies the courses they wish to take. Their managers review and approve the course plan, and requisite funding is made available on a priority basis.
Dear Steve
Thank you for participating in this reflection and for your opinion.

In the "Manage Project Resources" knowledge area there is a "Develop Project Team" process

When budgeting your projects do you consider this item?

The other topic is related to two questions:
1. How do you give your team information about the principles, values, organization and working methods for your project?
2. Usually in which areas does training focus? (Technical or Behavioral)
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