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How to structure a project team

How to structure a project team: Leading Projects
How to structure a project team: Leading Projects

The Project Management Institute (PMI) definition of a project is a temporary endeavor undertaken to create a unique product, service, or result. Cross-functional projects include team members with different skills, areas of expertise, and levels of responsibility These teams include a project sponsor, a project manager, and functional team members who collaborate to complete the project.

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