List of Figures


Chapter 1: Introduction

Figure 1.1: PMO Functions for Virtual Projects
Figure 1.2: A Distributed Project
Figure 1.3: Four Teams
Figure 1.4: A Virtual Project
Figure 1.5: One Team
Figure 1.6: Virtual Team Procedures
Figure 1.7: Global Teams
Figure 1.8: Virtual Team Policies and Procedures

Chapter 2: Management of Project Things

Figure 2.1: Project Management Skills
Figure 2.2: Successful Project Management Procedures
Figure 2.3: Project Management Process Dynamics
Figure 2.4: Collocation Practices
Figure 2.5: Stages of Transition
Figure 2.6: Project Management Performance Areas
Figure 2.7: Requirements Management
Figure 2.8: WBS Elements
Figure 2.9: RBS Elements
Figure 2.10: Risk Management Phases
Figure 2.11: Change Management
Figure 2.12: Typical Elements of Change Request Form
Figure 2.13: Typical Elements of Change Management Log
Figure 2.14: Project Review Boards
Figure 2.15: Typical Elements of Change Order Authorization

Chapter 3: Management of Project People

Figure 3.1: Project Activities
Figure 3.2: Communication
Figure 3.3: Human Interaction
Figure 3.4: Team Communication Clues for Meaning
Figure 3.5: Project Initiative
Figure 3.6: Rewards

Chapter 4: Characterizing Virtual Team Members

Figure 4.1: Stylized Comparison of the Effectiveness of Traditional Procedures in Virtual and Traditional Teams
Figure 4.2: Stylized Comparison of the Effectiveness of Customized Procedures in Virtual and Traditional Teams
Figure 4.3: Ten Critical Team Dimensions
Figure 4.4: Sample Evaluation
Figure 4.5: Project Team Success Factors (Adapted with permission from Rad, P.F. and Levin, G., The Advanced Project Management Office: A Comprehensive Look at Function and Implementation , St. Lucie Press, Boca Raton, Florida, 2002. Copyright CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida.)
Figure 4.6: Project Team Success Factors (Adapted with permission from Rad, P.F. and Levin, G., The Advanced Project Management Office: A Comprehensive Look at Function and Implementation , St. Lucie Press, Boca Raton, Florida, 2002. Copyright CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida.)

Chapter 5: A Maturity Model for Virtual Teams

Figure 5.1: Maturity Levels
Figure 5.2: Maturity Level Descriptions
Figure 5.3: Virtual Team Common Metrics
Figure 5.4: Virtual Team Modified Metrics
Figure 5.5: Virtual Team Unique Metrics
Figure 5.6: Level 1 Attributes
Figure 5.7: Level 2 Attributes
Figure 5.8: Level 3 Attributes
Figure 5.9: Level 4 Attributes
Figure 5.10: Level 5 Attributes
Figure 5.11: Team Maturity Based on Project Management Process: Level 5, Leader
Figure 5.12: Maturity as a Function of Process Sophistication
Figure 5.13: Team Performance
Figure 5.14: Organizational Maturity
Figure 5.15: Organizational Maturity

Chapter 6: Professional Responsibility and The Virtual Team

Figure 6.1: Project Management Practices
Figure 6.2: Determinants of Right and Wrong
Figure 6.3: Project Management Professional Responsibility
Figure 6.4: Project Management Professionalism



Achieving Project Management Success Using Virtual Teams
Achieving Project Management Success Using Virtual Teams
ISBN: 1932159037
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2003
Pages: 75

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