Controlling a Project When the Team Doesn't Report to You

Auteur: Kendrick, Tom
Editeur: Amacom
Publication: 2012
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ISBN: 978-0-81441781-2
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It’s tricky enough to spearhead a big project when you’re the boss. But when you’re the leader of a team of people who don’t report to you, the obstacles are even greater. Results Without Authority is the definitive book for project managers looking to establish credibility and control. A groundbreaker in the field, it supplies a start-to-finish system for getting successful project results from cross-functional, outsourced, and other types of teams. The completely updated second edition includes new information on: • Agile methods and evolving project management tools • Strategies for working with virtual teams • Analytical versus “blink” decision processes • The use (and misuse) of social media in project environments • The myth of multitasking. For project leaders lacking clear-cut authority, getting everyone on board—and keeping them there—can be a challenge. Results Without Authority is the must-have guide for getting the best results from your team.

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