MGMT422OLF07Ch3InstructorResponses

MGMT422OLF07Ch3InstructorResponses - Ch. 3, Instructor...

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Ch. 3, Instructor Responses 1. What are the relative advantages and disadvantages of the functional, matrix, virtual and dedicated team approaches to managing projects? The advantages of the functional approach include: No radical alteration in basic structure of the parent organization. Maximum flexibility in use of staff within functional units. In-depth expertise can be brought to bear on specific components of the project. Normal career paths can be maintained. The advantages of the matrix approach include: Flexible utilization of resources across projects and functional duties. Project focus is provided by having a designated project manager. Specialists maintain ties with their functional group Balances project prerogatives with technical requirements The advantages of the dedicated team approach: Does not disrupt the basic structure of the parent organization. Concentrated project focus.
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