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y Slide 26 Personnel demonstrate loyalty to the project;
better morale with product identification.
A focal point develops for out-of- company
There is flexibility in determining time (schedule),
cost, and performance trade- offs.
ost, and performance
Interface management becomes easier as unit
size is decreased.
Upper-level management maintains more free
level management maintains
time for executive decision making. Projectized Structure
y y Cost of maintaining this form in a multiproduct company would be prohibitive
due to duplication of effort, facilities, and
personnel; inefficient usage.
There exists a tendency to retain
personnel on a project long after they are
needed. Upper-level management must
balance workloads as projects start up
and are phased out. Slide 27
y y y
y Technology suffers because, without
strong functional groups, outlook of the
future to improve company’s capabilities
for new programs would be hampered
(i.e., no perpetuation of technology).
Control of functional (i.e., organizational)...
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