Contractors and consultants may be a necessary part of your project team, but you cannot manage their work in the same manner you manage employees--or even matrixed resources.
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Project managers increasingly find themselves managing resources who aren’t in the office much—if ever. How do they do that effectively?
팀원 모두가 최고의 연기자가 되었으면 좋겠습니까? 내 말은, 모든 사람이 운전되고, 열심히 노력하고, 열심히 일하고, 좌절감이 거의없이 팀 노력에 기여하면 얼마나 놀라운 일인가? 실적이 좋지 않고 비생산적이며 비 활동적인 직원을 활성화하고 다시 참여시킬 수있는 방법이 있다면 어떨까요?
A team may work on multiple and overlapping projects. The estimated time and the manner to accomplish the projects may be planned and monitored as cumulative man-hours. Learn how different performance benchmarks may be utilized for man-hour capacity planning.
As project managers or team leads, we should quickly get to know what our team members are good at, and what they are not. Their characteristics and working styles may vary, but each will have his or her own way of getting things done.
이메일의 눈사태. 회의가 너무 많습니다. 경쟁 마감. 상충하는 인격. 점점 더 복잡하고 모호한 세상에서 프로젝트를 관리하는 것은 매우 복잡하고 극도로 스트레스가 많습니다. 이 세션을 통해보다 스마트하게 일하고, 집중력과 생산성을 높이고, 압박감없이 시원하게 머물며, 더 오래 살 수있게 도와줍니다.
While skill-based hiring can help with short-term goals, mindset-based hiring will help an organization realize long-term gains. But organizations struggle to have processes in place that will help them hire resources with the right mindset.
Should business leadership move hiring and recruitment into the project management organization? Based on the similarities found between his talent acquisition experience and current training, this author says yes—and shares the potential benefits.