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Chapter 11. Introductory meetings > Identify the expected and desired result of...

Identify the expected and desired result of a project team

During the introductory meeting, managers and supervisors should explain the expected result of the project team, which is the minimum output required by team management. Team management includes team leaders, managers, supervisors, and any other team stakeholders. The expected result should only explain a desired outcome; it should not include a method to achieve it. The team should clearly understand that its main responsibility is to achieve that result, but is not limited by what it can do beyond the expected result.

After the team understands the expected result, the team should determine its desired result, which is any result that exceeds the expected result. The desired result might also include a specific path to the expected result.


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