Describe the relationship between a manager and their staff

Describe the relationship between a manager and their staff as a role set in a nonprofit organization by answering these questions: What common bond brings them together? What common goals do they share? Make a list of five expectations a worker has of their supervisor and five expectations a manager will have of their staff? Do you believe there is the possibility of conflict between the two? Why or why not?

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An eastern U.S. financial services company

An eastern U.S. financial services company found itself way behind schedule and over budget on an

important strategic program. Both the budget and schedule baselines had begun slipping almost from the beginning, and as the project progressed, the lags became severe enough to require the company to call in expert help in the form of a project management consulting firm. After investigating the organization’s operations, the consulting firm determined that the primary source of problems both with this project in particular and the company’s project management practices in general was a serious failure to accurately forecast resource requirements. In the words of one of the consultants, “Not enough full-time [human] resources had been dedicated to the program.”

The biggest problem was the fact that too many of the project team members were working on two or more projects simultaneously—a clear example of multitasking. Unfortunately, the program’s leaders developed their ambitious schedule without reflecting on the availability of resources to support the project milestones. With their excessive outside responsibilities, no one was willing to take direct ownership of their work on the program, people were juggling assignments, and everyone was getting farther behind in all the work. Again, in the words of the consultant, “Project issues would come up and there would be nobody there to handle them [in a timely fashion].” Those little issues, left unattended, eventually grew to become big problems. The schedule continued to lag, and employee morale began to bottom out.

Following their recognition of the problem, the first step made by the consultants was to get top management to renegotiate the work assignments with the project team. First, the core team members were freed from other responsibilities so they could devote their full-time attention to the program. Then, other support members of the project were released from multitasking duties and assigned to the project on a full-time or near full-time basis as well. The result, coupled with other suggested changes by the consultants, was to finally match up the project’s schedule and activity duration estimates with a realistic understanding of resource needs and availability. In short, the program was put back on track because it was finally resource-leveled, particularly through creating full-time work assignments for the project team that accurately reflected the need to link resource management with scheduling.

(Pinto, Project Management, Achieving Competitive Advantage, Pearson, Copyright 2019, page

How would resource loading or resource leveling help address multitasking situations?

 
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Risk management is critical to good project management practice. Discuss the risk management process.

Risk management is critical to good project management practice. Discuss the risk management process.

 
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In evaluating projects across industries,

In evaluating projects across industries, it is sometimes possible to detect patterns in terms of the

more common types of risks they routinely face. Consider the development of a new software product and compare it to coordinating an event, such as a school dance. What likely forms of risk would your project team face in either of these circumstances?

 
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Risk management is critical to good project management practice. Discuss the risk management process.

Risk management is critical to good project management practice. Discuss the risk management process.

 
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Finding the Emotional Intelligence To Be a Real Leader.

Finding the Emotional Intelligence To Be a Real Leader.

 
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Select one of the characteristics of an effective project manager,

Select one of the characteristics of an effective project manager, and tell why it

is important.

 
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Explain the concepts of “task” and “psychosocial” outcomes for a project. Why are psychosocial outcomes so important for project team members?

Explain the concepts of “task” and “psychosocial” outcomes for a project. Why are psychosocial outcomes so

important for project team members?

 
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How is a project baseline used to guide the execution of the project’s

How is a project baseline used to guide the execution of the project’s work, to evaluate progress and performance,

and to control the project? Also, as you continue to think about monitoring and controlling the project, specifically consider the question: How can the project baseline and the earned value approach for variance analysis be used to monitor and report project progress?

 
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hello, I would like to ask you that you can do the project hospitality ?

hello, I would like to ask you that you can do the project hospitality ?

 
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