How to Develop (or Save) Your Project Team (VIDEO ON DEMAND)
In How to Develop (or Save) Your Project Team, you'll learn ...
- Explain the difference between being productive and just busy as it relates to a member’s project performance
- Trace team member performance problems to the roots of their cause and devise effective remedies
- Understand and use six different project and team member performance components to diagnose the actual condition of the project team and the project as a whole. (This is beyond the traditional “schedule and budget” metrics.)
If you’ve suddenly been charged with saving a foundering project team or selected to lead one, your first question will be “OK, now what do I do?” This course is the answer you’re looking for.
Mr. Richard Grimes, course author and presenter, leads you through a blueprint on developing (or saving) a high performance project team. Drawing from his time with an international engineering and construction company where he planned and facilitated team development on projects worth millions of dollars and several years’ duration, he has distilled that experience into a practical Do It Yourself presentation that anyone associated with the performance and effectiveness of a project team can easily use.
If your mission is to save a project team, it is a virtual certainty that it wasn’t developed properly to begin with and this course will help you to provide what is missing.
He presents to you a vast buffet of fully explained concepts, checklists, survey samples, and other organizational development tools from which you can select.
Specific Knowledge or Skill Obtained
This course teaches the following specific knowledge and skills:
- Explain and use a non-traditional approach to team member selection used by one of the most successful companies in America today
- Identify the personal and professional team member traits that would be best for their project
- List and explain the eight essentials necessary for development of a high performance project team
- Explain the value of a Project Code of Conduct and be able to develop a meaningful one with the team members
- Devise methods to measure non-objective behaviors and performance
Video on Demand
This course is a recorded version of a live lecture and will be streamed directly to your computer's media player. Our format is generally compatible with media players included with all computers and mobile devices. After watching the video presentation, you will return to your PDHengineer log in account to take the online quiz. While this is a recording of a live presentation, please note that this recording will not qualify as a "live" or "interactive" continuing education activity in those states where it is required.
Certificate of Completion
You will be able to immediately print a certificate of completion after passing a multiple-choice quiz consisting of 10 questions. PDH credits are not awarded until the course is completed and quiz is passed.
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