PROJ430 Week 4 Checkpoint Tim Aston had a normal expectation to be the best project manager in his new assignment. What seems to have caused him to change his outlook

PROJ430 Week 4 Checkpoint Tim Aston had a normal expectation to be the best project manager in his new assignment. What seems to have caused him to change his outlook


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The Reluctant Workers (Chapter 6, Page 294)

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Tim Aston had a normal expectation to be the best project manager in his new assignment. What seems to have caused him to change his outlook?

Answer - Tim Aston had joined the company with a lot of motivation and ambition and had confidence in his ability to delivery what was expected from a project manager's role. However, over a period of time he found out that he was not able to motivate or convince his project team to work in the best interests of the project, and found that his views and requests were not being met in a very positive way by the employees. Various initiatives that he was trying to implement and suggestions he was making for improvement were being turned down and not being taken up by the team or his...

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