Episode 103: Ten Tips for Holding Project Team Members Accountable
Published June 2, 2007
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    This week The PMO Podcast™ Featured Story presents, "Ten Tips for Holding Project Team Members Accountable," presented by Mark Perry (about Mark), host of The PMO Podcast™. How accountable is your project team to you and your project? Do you have resources on your project team that are shared amongst multiple projects as well as have operational work duties? Do you ever have the situation where despite being assigned tasks and timeframes, some of the members of your project team are simply not accountable to your or your project? Well, if you are like many other project managers, then these problems are regular everyday occurrences. So today, we have a series of ten tips for people accountability that can be used in just about any business setting and especially in a project effort.

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