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TOPIC: Difference between Team Charter and Ground rules

Difference between Team Charter and Ground rules 2 years 4 months ago #17126

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Trying to understand fundamentally what's the difference between Team Charter and Ground Rules , They seem to be same right ? Do
folks in their projects have used both or just a Team charter to document acceptable team behaviour
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Difference between Team Charter and Ground rules 2 years 4 months ago #17160

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Team Charter is an OUTPUT that documents what are the values, vision, expectations (e.g., ground rules), guidelines, decision-making criteria and processes, etc.
Ground rules is a TOOL used to inform team members of acceptable behavior, say in a meeting with stakeholders. Ground rules are defined in the Team Charter.
So, a project manager can use the ground rules documented in the team charter to inform his team what behavior is acceptable and what is not.
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Difference between Team Charter and Ground rules 2 years 4 months ago #17165

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Thanks a lot Cynthia appreciate your analysis
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