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APMP Section 11-12

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Action centred leadership A leadership model created by John Adair which focuses management on the team, task and individual.
Belbin Team Inventory A personality test devised by Meredith Belbin to measure preference for nine team roles.
Delegation The practice of giving a person or group the authority to perform the responsibilities of, or act on behalf of, another.
Leadership The ability to establish vision and direction, to influence and align others towards a common purpose, and to empower and inspire people to achieve success.
Motivation-hygiene theory This theory suggests that certain characteristics of a job are consistently related to job satisfaction, while different factors are associated with job dissatisfaction.
Margerison-McCann team profile A psychometric tool (measuring things like aptitude and personality) that has been used in personal and team development
Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs A theory which describes the needs that motivate human behaviour.
Myers Briggs type indicator Commonly known as MBTI, a psychometric designed to measure psychological preferences in how people perceive the world and make decisions.
Situational leadership A leadership theory developed by Paul Hersey and Ken Blanchard. The underpinning premise is that there is no single "best" style of leadership.
Human resource management (HRM) Managing people-related activities within an organisation to meet its strategic goals.
Teamwork A team is made up of two or more people working interdependently towards a common goal and a shared reward.
Tuckman's stages of group development The Forming – Storming – Norming – Performing model of group.
Contract An agreement made between two or more parties that creates legally binding obligations between them.
Law The relevant legal duties, rights and processes that should be applied to projects, programmes and portfolios.
Procurement The process by which products and services are acquired from an external provider for incorporation into the project, programme or portfolio.
Subcontract A contractual document that legally transfers the responsibility and effort of providing goods, services, data or other hardware from one firm to another.
Provider selection and management The processes of identifying and selecting management providers through the P3 life cycle.
Fixed price contracts A generic category of contracts where the contractor is legally obligated to finish the job, no matter how much it costs to complete.
Cost plus fixed fee contract A type of contract where the buyer reimburses the seller for the seller's allowable costs plus a fixed fee.
Cost plus incentive fee contract A type of contract where the buyer reimburses the seller for the seller's allowable costs and the seller earns a profit if defined criteria are met.
Partnering An arrangement between two or more organisations to manage a contract between them cooperatively, as distinct from a legally established relationship.
Alliancing An arrangement whereby two or more organisations agree to manage a contract or range of contracts between them jointly.
Prime contractor A main supplier who has a contract for much or all of the work on a contract.
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