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  • olukan olusola Nigeria Project manager is responsible for complete accountability of the given project. each phase of the progress, project manager has to very careful in monitoring, addressing, reviewing , answering, solving and reporting the issues. hence project manager has to have thorough knowledge on the given project in order to execute the same with in the given timelines, of course there is a possibility of delay, thats why designing itself one has to be very careful to give perfect line of project.
    2015-01-16 16:01:06

  • Veronica Brown Australia Project manager is responsible for complete accountability of the given project. each phase of the progress, project manager has to very careful in monitoring, addressing, reviewing , answering, solving and reporting the issues. hence project manager has to have thorough knowledge on the given project in order to execute the same with in the given timelines, of course there is a possibility of delay, thats why designing itself one has to be very careful to give perfect line of project.
    2015-01-15 11:01:56

  • Veronica Brown Australia It means a dream come true, it means liberation due to the fact I'm doing something I really enjoy. Project Management has become a wide area of knowledge in today's business environment. Those of us in the construction sector has come to realize that a good knowledge of project management is helpful and required to ensure completion of projects on schedule.
    2015-01-15 01:01:16

  • Larry Covington United States of America getting interesting
    2015-01-12 15:01:40

  • Ranti Adedeji Liberia My experience on a recent project has shown that as a project manager, I also double as the project engineer in charge the technical aspect of the project. Can I ask for additional payment for this additional role?
    2015-01-09 14:01:06

  • Ranti Adedeji Liberia Project Management has become a wide area of knowledge in today's business environment. Those of us in the construction sector has come to realise that a good knowledge of project management is helpful and required to ensure completion of projects on schedule. Ranti, Liberia
    2015-01-09 14:01:38

  • Ray Haskins United States of America Life would be somewhat fulfilled being that I'm doing something I enjoy & if I had to use those tools I would be able
    2015-01-06 21:01:24

  • Ray Haskins United States of America It means a dream come true, it means liberation due to the fact I'm doing something I really enjoy & most of all I get paid...
    2015-01-06 21:01:20

  • Diana Nalugya Kakuuku Uganda A PM should be able to lead and guide the project team while achieving project objectives and balancing project constraints.
    2015-01-06 07:01:31

  • Bonolo Tlale Botswana PMs must be able to discuss failures and accept constructive criticism and know when to stop and get back to the drawing board. also PMs should be excellent information collectors with ability to access resources at different levels of organizations involved in the project they are concerned about. they must be able to communicate with counterparts and competition.
    2015-01-05 13:01:08

  • Muhammed Manneh Gambia Planning project management concept identify project stakeholders determine stakeholders needs and expectations prioritize demands establish clear set of project goals sequence activities to meet delivery dates produce detailed project schedule determine type, quantity and quality of resources required allocate resources and establish resource schedule determine budget and create financial plan define quality expectations and targets identify techniques for quality control and develop quality plan map risks, identify contingency actions and develop risk plan clarify completion criteria for each deliverable and develop acceptance plan develop communication strategy with stakeholders and establish communication plan identify external supplies required and develop procurement plan assemble project team Project Manager Skills for Planning Phase long term vision goal setting attention to detail scope, time, quality, resource, risk and cost management skills interactive communication skills expectation management persuasive techniques Project Execution implement project plans to build deliverables monitor and control project deliverables manage timelines manage costs identify and manage risks assure and control quality suggest and implement modifications to project scope, deliverables, timelines and resources track and monitor procurement prepare and present project status reports to stakeholders support and direct project team Project Manager Skills for Execution Phase organizational effectiveness team building performance.
    2014-12-31 17:12:26

  • Franklin King Liberia Project manager need existing project document for direction , Planning project, identify project stakeholders determine stakeholders needs and expectations prioritize demands establish clear set of project goals sequence activities to meet delivery dates produce detailed project schedule determine type, quantity and quality of resources required allocate resources and establish resource schedule determine budget and create financial plan define quality expectations and targets identify techniques for quality control and develop quality plan map risks, identify contingency actions and develop risk plan clarify completion criteria for each deliverable and develop acceptance plan develop communication strategy with stakeholders and establish communication plan identify external supplies required and develop procurement plan assemble project team Project Manager Skills for Planning Phase long term vision goal setting attention to detail scope, time, quality, resource, risk and cost management skills interactive communication skills expectation management persuasive techniques Project Execution implement project plans to build deliverables monitor and control project deliverable manage timelines manage costs identify and manage risks assure and control quality suggest and implement modifications to project scope, deliverables, timelines and resources track and monitor procurement prepare and present project status reports to stakeholders support and direct project team Projec
    2014-12-30 13:12:11

  • Akila Shokai United States of America PMs must be able to discuss failures and accept constructive criticism and know when to stop and get back to the drawing board. also PMs should be excellent information collectors with ability to access resources at different levels of organizations involved in the project they are concerned about. they must be able to communicate with counterparts and competition.
    2014-12-22 17:12:38

  • ESSOTOLOME BODJO China Welcome to the world of Mira, Muse of the Spheres and Musicale Musak where you will find out the answers to these questions and enter the high-flying world of information processing and management.
    2014-12-13 16:12:51

  • Tamilselvi S India Project manager is responsible for complete accountability of the given project. each phase of the progress, project manager has to very careful in monitoring, addressing, reviewing , answering, solving and reporting the issues. hence project manager has to have thorough knowledge on the given project in order to execute the same with in the given timelines, of course there is a possibility of delay, thats why designing itself one has to be very careful to give perfect line of project
    2014-12-06 06:12:07

  • Yonas Hailu Ethiopia A project manager, you will be held accountable for the overall success or failure of a project, even if the reasons for the project failure were out of your control. As such, PMs must ensure they have the authority to see the project through. There are three key elements that form the backbone for achieving any success in project management. They are: Authority: The legitimate power given to a person in an organization to use resources to reach an objective and to exercise discipline. Accountability: Being answerable to one's superior in an organization for the exercise of one's authority and the performance of one's duties. Responsibility: The duties, assignments, and accountability for results associated with a designated position in the organization.
    2014-12-05 09:12:30

  • lordford Oteng-Bonsu Ghana Project managers ensure the project is completed on time and within budget, that the project's objectives are met and that everyone else is doing their job properly. Projects are usually separate to usual day-today business activities and require a group of people to work together to achieve a set of specific objectives. Project managers oversee the project to ensure the desired result is achieved, the most efficient resources are used and the different interests involved are satisfied. Typical responsibilities include: 1.agreeing project objectives 2.representing the client's or organisation's interests 3.providing advice on the management of projects 4.organising the various professional people working on a project 5.carrying out risk assessment 6.making sure that all the aims of the project are met 7.making sure the quality standards are met 8.using IT systems to keep track of people and progress 9.recruiting specialists and sub-contractors 10.monitoring sub-contractors to ensure guidelines are maintained 11.overseeing the accounting, costing and billing Depending on the project, responsibilities can cover all aspects of a project from the beginning stages through to completion. Project managers typically lead by example, so expect to be working at least the same hours as your staff. Wages for this role can be lucrative.
    2014-11-30 17:11:04

  • Zinabie Tadesse Gebremedhin Ethiopia Project Manager Duties - Planning project management concept identify project stakeholders determine stakeholders needs and expectations prioritize demands establish clear set of project goals sequence activities to meet delivery dates produce detailed project schedule determine type, quantity and quality of resources required allocate resources and establish resource schedule determine budget and create financial plan define quality expectations and targets identify techniques for quality control and develop quality plan map risks, identify contingency actions and develop risk plan clarify completion criteria for each deliverable and develop acceptance plan develop communication strategy with stakeholders and establish communication plan identify external supplies required and develop procurement plan assemble project team Project Manager Skills for Planning Phase long term vision goal setting attention to detail scope, time, quality, resource, risk and cost management skills interactive communication skills expectation management persuasive techniques Project Execution implement project plans to build deliverables monitor and control project deliverables manage timelines manage costs identify and manage risks assure and control quality suggest and implement modifications to project scope, deliverables, timelines and resources track and monitor procurement prepare and present project status reports to stakeholders support and direct project team Project Manager Skills for Execution Phase organizational effectiveness team building performance management motivation skills conflict resolution diversity appreciation staff development problem solving adaptability change management consultative skills sense of urgency judgment decision making customer relations management negotiation skills Project Closure ensure project completion criteria have been met obtain stakeholder approval for final deliverables present final project report handover project documentation release project resources conduct project review evaluate performance against defined project goals Project Manager Skills for Closure Phase presentation skills data management evaluation skills Use the list of project manager duties to determine the accountabilities associated with your specific project management job. For a sample project manager job description go here. Proven project manager resume for you to adapt for your own use. Include a cover letter with your resume. This sample project manager cover letter is a good starting point. Preparing for a job interview? These project management interview questions with answer help will ensure you are ready with excellent interview answers. The project manager interview guide sets out all you need to know for a successful job interview. Useful project manager job resources include these manager job descriptions and list of management skills.
    2014-11-28 06:11:28

  • Cyrus Wanjohi Kenya project management designed to help you practice the allocation of resources in project management and identify the effects of resource allocation on achieving specific goals.
    2014-11-19 12:11:49

  • Cyrus Wanjohi Kenya case study is designed to help you practice the allocation of resources in project management and identify the effects of resource allocation on achieving specific goals.
    2014-11-16 06:11:43

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