Project Management Central

Please login or join to subscribe to this thread

Practice Areas: Human Resource Project Management, PMO, Talent Management
What tools and resources do you use to develop your team?
Network:1155



What tools and techniques can be used to develop a project team other than the ideas listed in PMBOK Guide?
Sort By:
Network:340



Dear, knowledge transfer to team members by team experts/PM/team leader.... to enhance their skills.
...
1 reply by Mudassar Khan
Mar 31, 2017 3:00 AM
Mudassar Khan
...
Thank you for the response, Miss Nian Rasheed what if the PM is already busy with other projects,?? How effective the training can be given time constraints ?
Network:217



1. Have regular 1:1, Review the goals & Objective and give regular feedback
2. Set the Objectives (Project & Personal Development )
3. Set short term achievable goal

Have tracker for these.....
Network:4954



You need to start by understanding your team members' developmental needs and then you choose tools/resources/training etc to suit their needs.

To enhance team effectiveness, one must be capable of employing different types of interventions. As the old adage goes, “To a person with only a hammer, everything looks like a nail.”

The following may be considered when a new team is set up, or when reviewing the effectiveness of an established team:

1: Establish the team’s goals and objectives
2: Set up team structure (membership, roles and responsibilities) and processes
3: Establish workplace supports.
...
1 reply by Mudassar Khan
Mar 31, 2017 3:00 AM
Mudassar Khan
...
Thank you Nasrullah for your detailed response
Network:1155



Mar 30, 2017 4:05 AM
Replying to Nian Rasheed
...
Dear, knowledge transfer to team members by team experts/PM/team leader.... to enhance their skills.
Thank you for the response, Miss Nian Rasheed what if the PM is already busy with other projects,?? How effective the training can be given time constraints ?
Network:1155



Mar 30, 2017 7:48 AM
Replying to Nasrullah Mohammed
...
You need to start by understanding your team members' developmental needs and then you choose tools/resources/training etc to suit their needs.

To enhance team effectiveness, one must be capable of employing different types of interventions. As the old adage goes, “To a person with only a hammer, everything looks like a nail.”

The following may be considered when a new team is set up, or when reviewing the effectiveness of an established team:

1: Establish the team’s goals and objectives
2: Set up team structure (membership, roles and responsibilities) and processes
3: Establish workplace supports.
Thank you Nasrullah for your detailed response

Please login or join to reply

Content ID:
ADVERTISEMENTS

"Thus the metric system did not really catch on in the States, unless you count the increasing popularity of the nine-millimeter bullet."

- Dave Barry

ADVERTISEMENT

Sponsors