Management of dynamic project teams in knowledge-intensive organizations
Efficiency of project management is a very actual topic among key executive managers in the information technology industry. Moreover, investigating how different project management approaches influence the performance and motivation of employees, is a subject of interest of many leaders and managers. Considering a team as a fundamental unit of a company brings new views and approaches to standard managerial methods. In the first part of this thesis, a continual description of key elements is included that affect the team, and as a result, the influence in the general performance of this team. The second part of this thesis contains an in-depth analysis of various project management measures through a survey, which was answered by several members of teams in organizations intensive to knowledge and technology in order to check which factors affect the performance of a project team. Furthermore, detailed results of the analysis are included in this thesis, using SPSS tool in order to identify which measures and models play more important role to the team learning and especially team performance. Finally, it is mentioned the conclusion of this thesis and some outcomes for future analysis.