This book explains the patterns that define progressive levels of social maturity. Social maturity is a psychological concept that derives from research done by Piaget, Kohlberg, Erikson, Vygotsky and many others. Your mind learns patterns of thinking. With time, your mind is capable of reorganizing itself into new patterns. The patterns described in this book are: 1) selfish, 2) me-first, 3) team-player, 4) role-player, 5) statesman, 6) humanitarian and 7) ecologist. Those patterns influence the way you think about yourself, the way you relate to others and the way your team relates to other teams. Projects work best when you have compatible social maturity in yourself, your teammates, your team structure and your organization.
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About the Author
Robert is a wayfarer on this journey through life. He was born in Pennsylvania and now resides in California. During his career he has been a civil engineer, computer programmer, professor and a project manager. Throughout this journey Robert has tried to fit all the pieces together into a holistic framework. His goal now is to describe an integrated model of psychology that he found by delving deeply into a study of project management.