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dc.contributor.authorDanchenko, Olena-
dc.contributor.authorPalchynska, M.-
dc.contributor.authorAzhaman, I.-
dc.contributor.authorTelichko, N.-
dc.contributor.authorSadova, M.-
dc.contributor.authorДанченко, Олена Борисівна-
dc.description.abstractThe paper considers the project team management models, since they are most difficult to formalize in the areas of knowledge in project management. The study presents economic and mathematical models for managing the project team of threshold collective behavior using the example of the crew of a sea ship. In the implementation of specific projects, the experience of leadership and management of small groups often remains at the level of intuition, which leads to the individualization of knowledge and prevents the effective use of the potential of team management. In the science of management, there are personnel management methods that are considered separately, without taking into account the mutual influence of psychological processes and features, which does not allow to form a single, multifactorial concept of managing a small team in projects. And all the more so in the development of project team management, the influence of the project implementation conditions on the choice of project team management methods is rather poorly taken into account, this requires the experience and skills of a psychologist from the leader, manager or significantly reduces the manageability of such a heterogeneous project team – the crew of the shipuk_UA
dc.publisherInternational Journal of Managementuk_UA
dc.subjectproject managementuk_UA
dc.subjectproject team managementuk_UA
dc.subjectmodeling the functional groupsuk_UA
dc.subjectmodels shipping agentsuk_UA
dc.subjectcrew of the shipuk_UA
dc.titlePsychological means of theoretical modeling of the optimum number of project staffuk_UA
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