MSc Project Management
MSc Engineering Management
MSc Information Technology Management
Managing People and Project Leadership
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Managing People in Projects
How to use this workbook 4-6
Unit 1 - The role of the Project Manager 10-28
Unit 2 - Power and Decision Making 29-45
Unit 3 - Organisational Structure 46-68
Unit 4 - Organisational Culture 69-91
Unit 5 – Motivation 91-122
Unit 6 - Leading the team 123-143
Unit 7 - Teams and team work 144-172
Unit 8 - Communication in Project Management 173-191
Unit 9 – Conflict 192-217
Unit 10 - Managing Change 218-235
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