"Leading Project Teams is an ideal supplemental text for any class or training situation where the instructor wants to integrate basic project and team leadership skills into his or her instructional needs. Easy to read, this book quickly leads the reader through fundamentals including how to start a project, how to assign tasks, write clear project reports and much more."
(Indian Management 2006-07-18)"This book is an excellent introduction to project team leadership, and I recommend that every newly appointed team lead receive a copy of it."
(George Kingston 2007-06-04)
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About the Author
Anthony T. (Terry) Cobb
is an Associate Professor of Management at Virginia Tech. Dr. Cobb has researched and taught in the areas of organizational behavior, organizational change and development, organizational skills and applications, organizational politics, organizational theory, and in management. He has over fifteen years experience teaching Project Management, and has received the MBA Faculty Service Award from the Pamplin College of Business. Dr. Cobb has served on the Executive Board of the Southern Management Association and on the editorial board of the Journal of Management Inquiry. He has also served as Department Head for the Department of Management at Virginia Tech. Dr. Cobb’s has published his work in a variety of scholarly and professional outlets including such journals as the Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Group and Organization Studies, Consultation, Human Relations, Human Resource Management, the Human Resource Development Quarterly, the Journal of Organizational Change Management, and the Journal of Applied Social Psychology. Dr. Cobb’s work has been translated into German, Italian, and Chinese.