Leadership Process Model: A Process-driven Approach to Becoming a More Effective Leader

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Tuffley, David
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2011
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Given the complexity of the global economy, the challenge of managing complex projects across dispersed geographical locations has never been greater. There is a clear need to find improved ways of managing this often difficult process now and into the future. This book meets that need, giving you a structured and comprehensive approach to leading teams/projects, particularly when these are complex projects done by virtual teams. By applying this Process Model for Leadership of Complex Virtual Teams, you can be assured that you are covering all of the most important activities needed to operate at an optimum level; and which could be very useful to know. The principles outlined here are applicable to public and private sector organisations alike. Government departments with geographically dispersed offices, Commercial, Financial, Telecommunications, Educational, Health Care in fact any organisation operating virtual teams will benefit from this course, particularly where these teams are complex in nature.

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Engineering not elsewhere classified

Information Systems Management

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