What is the potential downside to bringing in project workers too early in the project?

Chapter Review Questions

These are Chapter Review Questions from p. 168 (Answer questions 1-6) from the book “Kloppenborg, T., Anantatmula, V., & Wells, K. (2019). Contemporary project management (4th ed). Stamford, CT: Cengage Learning.”

1.. What is the potential downside to bringing in project workers too early in the project?
2. Why is it often necessary for project managers to persuade workers to be part of the project team?
3. When is the best time to on-board core team members?
4. What are the five stages of team development?
5. During which stage do team members often feel close to one another and have a good understanding of how to work together?
6. List two personal values of individual team members that contribute to a high-performing team. List two team behaviors that can enhance these personal values.

Instruction:

The length of the paper should be APA format and fully answer all the exercise questions but a minimum of 4 pages is required. No other sources besides the textbook need to be utilized.

References (this does not count toward the required paper length).Use only the attached material.

 

Do not use any other material except the textbook.

And you must cite your sources after every sentence which contains information from one of your sources. Just putting a citation at the end of a paragraph or section is not sufficient.

 

 

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The potential downside for project management needs the development of a complete schedule. The idea of bringing small to medium enterprises to the project before it complete could be expensive in a different perspective. In the business situation, the project development needs to complete its activities before inviting small enterprises on board (Kloppenborg, 2014). The cost……………………

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