Trophy Project

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Case Study: Trophy Project CONTENTS 1. Executive Summary 4 1.1 Abstract 4 1.2 Death of Effective Communication 4 1.3 Recommendations 4 2. Anallysing the causes 5 2.1 Problem Identification 5 3. key affected business areas 9 3.1 Dearth of Key Business Areas 9 4. recommendations 10 4.1 Creating a Climate for Change 10 4.1.1 Increase Urgency 10 4.1.2 Build the Guiding Team 11 4.1.3 Get the Right Vision 11 4.2 Engaging and Enabling the Whole Organisation 11 4.2.1 Communicate for Buy In 11 4.2.2 Empower Action 11 4.2.3 Create Short Term Wins 12 4.3 Implementing and…show more content…
In the case study it is evident that the Trophy project is operating at the low consideration and low initiating structure. We will utilise the section below to table the identified problems and root causes. [pic] Figure 1: Ohio State Study The majority of the problems identified in Table 1, are behavioural problems based primarily on poor organisational performance and improvement. |No |Problem |Category |Cause | |1. |Dearth of Leadership |Behavioural |Project manager’s leadership skills not strong enough to manage the project| | | | |– lack of experience. This is evident by the lack of respect shown by the | | | | |functional manager’s to the project manager. | | | | |In a project driven organisation, operating within a matrix structure, it | | | |Behavioural |is imperative that project manger’s have very strong leadership skills as | | | | |resources still report to the functional managers and are not direct | | | | |reports of

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