Previously in one of my earlier articles, I discussed the key qualities required for a project manager to be effective in building a high performance project team. Believe it or not, though high performance project teams can produce incredible outcomes, there still remain some serious pitfalls that project managers need to be aware of in order not to fall victims in their trap. This post talks about those pitfalls in detail and presents techniques to reduce their probability of occurrence.
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July 29th, 2013 No comments
Categories: Project Management
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