Human Factors in Project Management: Concepts, Tools, and Techniques for Inspiring Teamwork and Motivation

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Wiley, Jun 30, 2007 - Business & Economics - 368 pages
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In Human Factors in Project Management, author Zachary Wong—a noted trainer and acclaimed leader of more than 250 project teams—provides a summary of "people-based" management skills and techniques that can be applied when working in a team environment. This comprehensive resource brings together in one book new and current models in team motivation and integrates the most significant concepts in team motivation and behaviors into a single set of principles called "Human Factors." Wong shows how these factors can be applied to the most challenging issues facing project managers today including
  • Motivating a diverse workforce
  • Facilitating team decisions
  • Resolving interpersonal conflicts
  • Managing difficult people
  • Strengthening team accountability
  • Communications
  • Leadership

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Zachary Wong, Ph.D., is a manager at the Chevron Energy Technology Company in Richmond, California. He is a highly acclaimed instructor of human factors and team dynamics at the University of California at Berkeley Extension.

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