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IT project teams and their leaders : interaction expectations

Show simple item record Collins, J. Stephanie Schragle-Law, Susan 2011-01-26T16:02:09Z 2011-01-26T16:02:09Z 2010-03
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dc.description.abstract Information Technology projects, such as developing new information systems, or transforming existing systems, are expensive and risky. The cost of failure is high. These projects are usually accomplished through the efforts of teams. The success of these teams is vital, in order to mitigate the risks. This paper addresses the dynamics between team leaders and teams, and how this may affect project success. We develop a model (T/LEM) that uses the expectations that teams have about their leaders, and the expectations that leaders have about their teams, to predict team and project success. We include as parts of our model the concepts of transformational leadership, and how this affects team success. en_US
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dc.publisher Franklin Publishing Company en_US
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dc.title IT project teams and their leaders : interaction expectations en_US
dc.title.alternative Information technology project teams and their leaders : interaction expectations en_US
dc.type Article en_US
dc.description.bibliographicCitation Collins, J. S. & Schragle-Law, S. (March, 2010). IT Project Teams and Their Leaders: Interaction Expectations. Leadership and Organizational Management, 2010, 1. en_US
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