Human Behavior and Project Management

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Human Behavior and Project Management
Hector Crespo, Career Consultant, Venezuela

Even if there is control and knowledge of all techniques, methods and approaches, the most crucial aspect of a project is human behavior, and this critical factor is usually the hardest to deal with.

Mohsen Alasti, Project Manager, Iran
This is an absolutely fascinating subject to me.

HRM Most Important in Managing Projects
Diane Hughes, Project Manager, United States
I could not agree with you more, especially in a matrix environment. Gaining commitment when people do not directly report to you can be challenging. It requires much persuasion to influence human behavior towards project success.

Significance of People in Project Management
Carmelo L. Neri, Consultant, Philippines
It is not easy to motivate and lead people who do not report directly to you. Success in an on time or early project can be attributed 80% to people, and only 20% in technology, systems and processes involved in the implementation.

People and Project Management
Joseph Gonzalez, Financial Consultant, United States
I agree with Carmelo Neri. If your team coordinates their actions early in the projects inception, a successful outcome should occur. The technology only augments the talent pool.


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