The Roles and Responsibilities of a Project Manager
Today’s businesses have found that project managers have become more popular and valuable to the organizations industry. A project manager is a leader who specializes project management. They have a responsibility in completing simple tasks up to the most difficult projects. A project manager can arrange the project into three simple stages; planning, organizing, and controlling that will assist them in the completion of an assignment or project. Project managers work most industries for example; construction, telecommunications, computer designs, architecture, or aerospace. Project managers are the backbone of resourcefulness, applying knowledge, skills, and tools, enabling them to meet the project requirements in the most efficient and proficient way (University of Phoenix, 1997).
The project manager is the point man or leader, they are in charge of the whole project from the beginning to the end, identifying, and resolving issues to ensure completion is on time. Businesses are adopting project managers more every day due the improved financial savings from increased production, employee satisfaction, and reduction in costs. Successfully completing a project is finishing the requirements of the project on time, under budget, and meeting with customer satisfaction. The significance of acquiring a project managers is that they can tell about how long the project will take and approximately how much it will cost. In addition, they handle risk assessment issues in clearly identifying uncertainties. The consequences of not acquiring a project manager can be rather brutal, it allows opportunity for competitors to advance or even move ahead in the industry (University of Phoenix, 1997).
In the planning stage the project managers is defining the objectives and developing ideas on how to accomplishing those objectives. By the cooperation of the organization the project managers...
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Management 521 Week Two
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