Slide 27 leadership factors y y y the person leading

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Unformatted text preview: g The people being led The situation (i.e., the project environment or problem.) Slide 28 Situational Leadership Slide 29 Employee Problems y y y y y y y y y The pyramidal structure Superior-subordinate relationships Departmentalization Scalar chain of command Power and authority Planning goals and objectives Decision making Reward and punishment Span of control Slide 30 Management Pitfalls y y y y y y y Lack of self-control (knowing oneself) control Activity traps Managing versus doing People versus task skills Ineffective communications Time management Management bottlenecks Slide 31 Communications Defined y Effective project communication is needed to ensure that we get the right information to the right person at the right time using the right media and the right format and in a cost-effective manner. Slide 32 Communications Responsibility y The project manager must know: – What kind of message to send – kind message to send – To whom to send the message – to message – How to translate the message into a language – How to translate into language that all can understand all understand Slide 33 Communications y y y y y An exchange of information An act or instance of transmitting information A verbal or written message A technique for expressing ideas effectively A process by which meanings are exchanged between individuals through a common system of symbols Slide 34 Types of Communication y y y y Written formal Written informal Oral formal Oral informa...
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