Perhaps the most prominent feature of team management is that it resembles the processes we see around us in nature. The gardener starts with a tiny tomato seed and cultivates it into a plant that produces a large and healthy harvest. In the same way you can cultivate a group of people into a high-performance team.

Every project team is unique and has its own unique requirements, strengths and weaknesses. A unique working environment must therefore be designed for each individual project. As project manager, you are a part of this working environment and this demands that you must be able to adapt and change yourself and your managerial role.


PDF-file of 19 pages A4 format.

Chapter 8. Introduction to team management