Examine the basic requirements for setting up Core Teams as the fundamental project planning and execution component. View guidelines for their effective operation and identify their communication, independence, and participation parameters, as well as management responsibilities and change control mechanisms.This Case Study in Pamoga LLC's Case Study series examines:•Sample project team structure...
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ed to Core Teams•The guidelines for the effective operation of Core Teams•The role of the Core Team Manager•The role of the Core Team MembersPamoga LLC Case Studies are based on actual issues experienced by real businesses, and provide insight into these issues, their root causes, and the approaches taken to successfully resolve them. Case Studies consist of a narrative section where the business problem is exposed, a theory section where knowledge applicable to the problem is presented, and a real-world solution section where the business activities that solved the problem using that knowledge are discussed.Pamoga LLC offers Case Studies across Strategic Growth Planning, New Product Introduction, and Process Transformation areas, including:•Portfolio Management•Business Effectiveness•Change Management•Strategic Modeling•Strategy Implementation•Operational Modeling•Cross Functional Execution•Product Definition•Customer AlignmentNote that the approaches presented in these Case Studies may or may not provide similar results in your particular situation. Pamoga LLC provides no representation, guarantee, or claim as to their effectiveness, under any condition, nor to the correctness, accuracy, reliability, or completeness of the contents presented. The names of all people, products, and businesses appearing in Case Studies are invented and should not be construed to represent any particular person, product, or business, whether existing or not.