“Roles and Responsibilities of Project Manager”
[The assignment is prepared for the requirement of the course Project Management (MGT-4705) of BBA 7th semester]
Department of Business Administration
International Islamic University Chittagong.
Name: Nafisa Ahmed
Matric No: B-061213
Level: BBA 7th Female (B)
Submission Date: 11th August, 2009
Department of Business Administration
International Islamic University Chittagong
Table of Contents
1.3. Objectives of the study
3 1.4. Methodology and Framework of the Study
2.1. Literature review
2.1.2. Project Management
184.108.40.206. Project Management Triangle
2.1.3. History of project management
3. Chapter 3
3.1.1. Types of project managers
3.1.2. Project Manager Characteristics
3.1.3. Project Managers Position
Selection of the project manager
Determining pay category
Determining occupational series
4. Chapter 4
4.1. The Role and responsibilities of the Project Manager
4.2. Top 10 Qualities of a Project Manager
4.3 Advices from Project Managers
4.3.1.What to do
4.3.2. What not to do
4.3.3.Being the best
The use of projects and Project Management continues to grow in our society and its organizations. We are able to achieve goals through Project organizations that could be achieved only with the greatest difficulty if organized it in traditional way. Businesses regularly use project management to accomplish unique outcomes with limited resources under critical time constraints. The past several decades have been marked by rapid growth in the use of project management as a means of by which organizations achieve their objectives. Project management provides an organization with the powerful tools that improve its ability to plan, implement, and control its activities as well as the ways in which it utilizes its human and resources. In this assignment I will discuss about the roles and responsibilities of the project manager and related topics.
Background of the report
As a discipline, Project Management developed from different fields of application including construction, engineering and defense. In the United States, the two forefathers of project management are Henry Gantt, called the father of planning and control techniques, who is famously known for his use of the Gantt chart as a project management tool, and Henri Fayol for his creation of the 5 management functions, which form the basis for the body of knowledge associated with project and program management. The 1950s marked the beginning of the modern Project Management era. In 1969, the Project Management Institute (PMI) was formed to serve the interests of the project management industry.
It is very much important to know about the roles and responsibilities of the project manager because the first importance is to accomplish a goal. Actual experience with project manager is the majority of the organization using them for experiencing better control and better customer relations, and increase in their projects return on investment. A significant organization also reports shorter development times, lower costs, higher quality and reliability and higher profit margins. Other reported importance is sharper orientation towards results, better interdepartmental co ordination and worker...
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