Examining Ground Rules In Project Management
Ground rules are rules that set clear expectations of the expected code of conduct from team members. This ensures an increase in probability and decreases misunderstanding. Ground rules include all actions that are considered acceptable and unacceptable to the project management context.
A Project Manager at a Cellular phone manufacturing company has set ground rules for the team members of his new project. The ground rules include:
- The Project team members will be consulted about the sensibleness of the plan before the project manager submits the plan for managerial approval.
- The Project team members are responsible for notifying the project manager of any necessary changes to the project plan.
- The Project Manager is responsible for ensuring that the team members assigned to a team leader are made available for the project at the appropriate time.
- The Project team members are responsible for informing the project manager of any potential delay in meeting their scheduled deadlines as soon as it is known to them.
- The Project team members are responsible for notifying the project manager or team leader about any anticipated workload conflicts within the project.
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