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Principles of Project Management BN620.7Z Instructor: Todd Hutcheson Class #4
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Principles of Project Management Class Session #4 - Agenda Class led Chapter Discussions Chapter 6: Management of Your Time & Stress Chapter 7: Conflicts Chapter 8: Special Topics Case Study Discussion – The Space Shuttle Challenger Disaster Multi-tasking Exercise Four Word Build Exercise Project Management Project Team Time
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Special Topics Performance Measurement/Appraisal Compensation and rewards Managing small projects Managing mega projects Morality, ethics and corporate culture Internal partnerships External partnerships Training and education Integrated project teams Virtual teams Chapter 8
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Performance Measurement Ways to provide employee performance feedback: Formal, written, confidential evaluation to functional manager Non-confidential evaluation to functional manager Oral evaluation provided to functional manager Functional manager makes entire evaluation without input Project manager makes entire evaluation for functional manager All project and functional managers jointly evaluate all project functional employees at the same time Chapter 8
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Performance Measurement Forms There are as many different performance evaluation forms as there are grains of sand on a beach Good forms Have a scale (words or numbers) and rate employee performance in critical skill areas, including technical and “soft” skills Include comments to give context to scaled rating Are consistently applied for the entire team Are connected to pay (pay for performance) in some way Nine methods available for evaluating personnel Essay appraisal Graphic rating scale Field review Forced-choice review Critical incident appraisal Management by objectives Work standards approach Ranking methods Assessment center Chapter 8
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Performance Measurement Business results
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