Team performance management

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Team performance management is the concept of adjusting the composition, context or direction of a team or work group in order to increase the effectiveness of the team or group as measured by:

Team performance management is seen as being between "soft skills" and "hard skills" project management techniques formalized in PMI's PMBOK or the Prince2 standard.

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