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Old 01-02-2009, 05:54 PM   #3
Shadow
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But she is right. Successful projects ALWAYS have a top motivated leader behind the stages.

I have tried a non leaded team project. The result was anarchy and chaos. In the end we lost everything.

Then in the next try I took the leadership, as my team asked me to do so. I changed the organisation, the workflows, the hierarchy etc. Most people were impressed and motivated while some few preferred the easy going from before where nobody really had to say something. It's not a question of power, but responsibility. If you are in charge you have to solve problems and set a course. If you are just member you don't have to decide but work on the tasks.

(Sorry if my English may not be perfect, I'm no native speaker)
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