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Company-employee relationship in small and medium enterprises

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Team building in small companies with a staff comprising from 10 to 100 employees has certain peculiarities. Employees are the most important assets in a company. The importance of having teams in company staff is very big.

How can the structure of company staff influence team building and collaborating with employees? What are the breaking limits of team building? How can we reduce resistance to management? Which behavior habits do SME employees have? Which specificities does motivation consist of? Why do the majority of SME companies face the problem of staff growth? How can project manager tackle this problem?

Author: Konstantin Bychenkov

E-Health Program Manager, Open Code LLC

Konstantin BychenkovKonstantin Bychenkov

Expertise: Project Manager
About Me: PMP
Professional interests: Project management in software development, business analyst.

I’m keeping a blog about the management of IT-companies http://vzzvzz.com/, one of the organizers of the Samara community of project managers http://pmsamara.blogspot.com/

Working in “Open Code” LLC (Samara) on position E-Health Program Manager.

I was graduated from the Mechanics and Mathematics faculty of Samara State University in 1997. While working as a programmer in different Samara firms I was involved in creating products for customers in the private and public sectors of the Russian economy and for customers in the United States. I gradually became the Project Manager—from developer to team leader and continue the project.

I repeatedly create successful teams, which get results on time and within budget. Last 3 years working in the E-Health and E-Gov. From scratch built the company a separate production line.


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