Develop Project Team by Sean Whitaker

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About the Lecture

The lecture Develop Project Team by Sean Whitaker is from the course PMP Training – Become a Project Management Professional (EN). It contains the following chapters:

  • Develop Project Team
  • Key themes
  • Interpersonal Skills
  • Leadership Styles
  • Theories of Motivation
  • McGregor Theory X and Y
  • Ouchi Theory Z
  • Herzberg's Motivation-Hygiene Theory
  • McClelland's Human Motivation, Achievement or Three Needs Theory
  • 6 Step Decision Making Model
  • Summary

Included Quiz Questions

  1. Acquire project team.
  2. Plan human resource management.
  3. Manage project team.
  4. Develop project management plan.
  1. Team analysis and development.
  2. Ground rules.
  3. Team-building activities.
  4. Recognition and rewards.
  1. Cost benefit analysis.
  2. Leadership.
  3. Coaching.
  4. Decision making.
  1. Reward.
  2. Legitimate.
  3. Referent.
  4. Punishment.
  1. Maslows Hierarchy of Needs theories shows that we must deal with employees lower order needs first in order to get them to be fully self-actualized, or engaged, employee.
  2. Maslows Hierarchy of Needs theories shows that people will work harder for less money and more time off.
  3. Maslows Hierarchy of Needs theories shows that people prefer leaders who are directive and demanding throughout the project life cycle.
  4. Maslows Hierarchy of Needs theories shows that some managers see team members are untrustworthy and some managers see team members as naturally motivated.
  1. This type of manager is a Theory X type of manager.
  2. This type of manager is a dominating and demanding manager.
  3. This type of manager is a contingent manager.
  4. This type of manager is a Theory Y type of manager.
  1. Hygiene factors must be in place before motivating factors will work.
  2. Motivating factors must be in place before hygiene factors will work.
  3. Hygiene factors result in Theory X managers, while motivating factors result in Theory Y managers.
  4. Hygiene factors help people fulfill lower order needs while motivating factors allow them to fulfill higher order needs.
  1. Colluding.
  2. Forming.
  3. Storming.
  4. Adjourning.
  1. Co-location allows people to build strong relationships because they can see each other.
  2. Co-location allows people to utilities webinars to build strong relationships.
  3. Co-location allows managers to determine which people will receive the highest rewards at the completion of the project.
  4. Co-location allows people to satisfy lower order needs and then higher order needs.

Author of lecture Develop Project Team

 Sean Whitaker

Sean Whitaker


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