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Skip to 0 minutes and 3 secondsGIACOMO CARLI: During the execution of the project, you will probably need to motivate your team to get the best of their capabilities. How can you motivate your team? And how can you incentivate your team? Moreover, at the end of the project, you will be asked for a measure of the performance of your team member. And probably, you will be evaluated as a project manager in terms of the success of your project. We are getting towards the end of the process. So its important to get things done in the due time. I will show you a technique to manage the last things you have still to do to close your project.

Skip to 0 minutes and 49 secondsMoreover, I will talk about the importance of learning from your project. You should devote the proper time to the evaluation of your project results. They can be good or bad. It's important that you trace the lesson learned to be a better project manager for the next time.

Introduction to Week 4

Last week you focused on running your project: how to monitor the progress and stay in control when your project goes off plan, including your role as project manager in this phase. Finally, you looked at how to conduct project meetings.

In this final week, you will become familiar with a technique called earned value analysis to understand whether your project is on plan, in terms of progress and costs. Then, you will look at how to motivate and evaluate your project team. Finally, you will look at how to conclude your project, learning from your project experience.

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Business Fundamentals: Project Management

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