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About the author:
Joeran Beel is currently doing his PhD and works as a researcher for VLBA-Lab, a joint venture of SAP AG and Magdeburg University, Germany. He obtained an MSc in Business Information Systems at Magdeburg University, and an MSc in Project Management at Lancaster University Management School, UK.

Joeran Beel has several years of work experience in project management. Among others he realised projects for Infineon Technologies, the German health insurance AOK, the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), and the ETH Zuerich.

Joeran Beel published several research papers and his 2005 published book about Germany's new electronic passport 'ePass' became the standard reference on the highly discussed ePass in Germany. In 2003 Joeran Beel was invited by Germany's Federal Minister for Education and Research to present his research results in the field of telematics at the Hannover Messe. In addition, the quality of Joeran Beel's research has earned him awards from German's Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder, the German Association of Electrical Engineers VDE, and others.

Further information about the author is available on his personal webpage www.beel.org.

Project Team Rewards
 

Rewarding And Motivating Your Project Team

Authored by Joran Beel

This book gives you a comprehensive introduction to rewards in general and project team rewards in particular. Motivation theories and their impact on designing a reward system are explained. Throughout the book six so-called 'reward questions' are considered that need to be answered for designing a reward system. These reward questions are: Rewarding or not rewarding? Whom to reward? What to reward? What kind of reward? How much reward? When to reward?

In addition, impacts of variable factors that may influence the answers to the reward questions are identified and explained. Some of those factors are employee's age, the company's culture but also project characteristics such as goal clarity, applied success criteria, project duration or member fluctuation.

Please note that this book originally was written as a Master's Thesis. Accordingly, you should not expect to read a 'normal' text book but a Master's Thesis. Visit www.project-team-rewards.com for more details.


Publication Date:
2007-11-04
ISBN/EAN13:
1434816265 / 9781434816269
Page Count:
118
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
8" x 10"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Business & Economics / General




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