By Monika Wastian, Lutz Rosenstiel, Michael A. West, Isabell Braumandl
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Schneider et al. Information biases made worse by communication problems during Decision Making proved to be time bombs, which in later phases, especially in the Implementation phase, caused more ‘lows’ and an increase in the number of feedback loops (Wastian and Schneider 2007a). In a related finding, most feedback loops emerged in the Development phase and reverted back to the Decision Making phase (compare Fig. 1). " An overly optimistic representation of time targets is particularly detrimental as evidenced by American studies (Van de Ven et al.
E. a corrective mechanism that notifies affected parties when a milestone has not been achieved (PMI 2008). Nevertheless, things look different in the real world. Milestones are either not carefully monitored or going back to an earlier phase is skipped due to organizational politics. e. via feedback loops, relate to longer running times and low engagement levels during the course of the project (Wastian and Schneider 2007a). This is so because the success of the project, and therefore that of the project leader, is not measured according to a fixed project deadline when all is said and done.
2007a). The temporal pattern of innovating: Tracing and understanding innovation stages, their chronological sequence, feedback-loops, and time-lags in innovation processes. Paper presented at the XIIIth European congress of work and organizational psychology, Stockholm. , & Schneider, M. (2007b). Zeitliche Merkmale von Innovationsprozessen und Projektverla¨ufen – Ansatzpunkte fu¨r ein besseres Projektmanagement [Temporal characteristics of innovation and project processes]. In K. ), Zeitstrategien in Innovationsprozessen.
Applied Psychology for Project Managers: A Practitioner's Guide to Successful Project Management by Monika Wastian, Lutz Rosenstiel, Michael A. West, Isabell Braumandl