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Q: The annual appraisals of the project team members, in a matrix organization, are normally done by the respective line managers of the competencies/departments the employees. The project managers’ feedback may or may not be considered. Do you feel that the project managers should have a larger say in the appraisal process, especially if the projects were large and of a long duration?Nilanjan Saha on Sep 28, 2015
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Managing any project successfully is all about Team Work combined with years of Accrued Expertise. It is an asset to have an educational background that compliments your field of expertise but "education" without "experience" is like an "arrow" without a "bow." You can never make a perfect shot with a temporary arrow unless you have a permanent bow called: "Life's Experience." Remember, you can never teach experience but you can always teach from experience.
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