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Team member selection

The most important factor to consider when selecting team members is each employee’s willingness and desire to be a part of the project. Employees don’t want to work on a project might have temporary personal or occupational issues that will prevent them from being an effective part of the team. Don’t assign an employee to a project team without first communicating your desire to do so and receiving his or her approval.

When selecting team members from a pool of willing employees, there are several other factors to consider. First, consider the employees’ schedules. The project team will be effective only if team members have the time to put a sincere effort into their project work. It is also important to remember that employees whose schedules don’t permit them to work on a project team at one time of the year might be available during other times of the year and might enjoy the chance to work on a project.


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