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Becoming a better project manager
What are the requirements to “manage” a project?
The illustration speaks for itself. Can you see the chaos? This is what you get if there is no proper project management. A good project management plan must also consider resource limitations. Every project will eventually be completed if it isn’t for money, time, or resource constraints. This ideal world is not possible because of the real constraints. Project Management Project Management refers to the management of a temporary project. It involves initiating, planning and executing it, as well as controlling and closing it. This practice focuses on specific goals, predetermined success criteria, as well as defined times. These are the three steps to project management. You can also define project management as the application and integration of different processes. Proper application and integration is the execution of these processes using standard best practices. Each project requires someone to be responsible for its success. This person is responsible for the organization, planning, leading, controlling, closing, and closing of a project. It’s probably something you already know. In this instance, the “someone” is a project manager. A project manager is responsible for the success or failure a project. The project manager works closely with the team to determine the success requirements for a project. A project without a competent project manager is likely to fall apart. Responsibilities The responsibilities of a project manager include everything listed below and more. 1.) Listens to the customer’s needs 2. Keeps customers informed and up-to-date about the status of their project 3. Manages project constraints 4.) Manages stakeholders 5. Identifies training requirements 6. Establishes and tracks key performance indicators (KPIs). Assumes responsibility for project documentation 8. Handles risk management 9.) Organises feedback sessions. However, project managers must also be responsible for their daily tasks. As the one below: 1. Handle ad-hoc inquiries 2. Manage conflicts 3. Manage conflicts 3.) He/she must be a leader and a team player. There should be more “we” than “me.” If the project manager inspires leadership within his team, you can solve most project management problems. If he/she is a great people manager. 3.) The chances of a project’s success are increased when a manager is also a skilled worker. 4.) 4.) He/she can put on their sleeves and switch from worker to manager if necessary. 5.) 5.) Successful project managers are able to be tough on their team members when needed. They don’t resort too harshly to derogatory remarks. 6.) 6.) Ensure that the team follows the project guidelines. 7.) 7.) Top managers know the importance of time management. 8.) Successful project managers are good listeners and follow the six Cs. These are the six C’s for proper communication. Clear, Concise and Correct. Complete, Courteous, and Concrete. 10. He/she is the face of the project and should be open to all criticisms and praises. a) He shares the praises with his team. b) He helps the group to understand their criticisms. He also motivates the team.