September 19, 2008 | Author: PM Hut | Filed under: Role of the Project Manager
- Manage the project taking into account integration across all areas.
- Engage with stakeholders.
- Develop Project Plan.
- Direct project resources.
- Monitor and manage the project schedule.
- Monitor and manage the project budget.
- Monitor and manage the project risk.
- Deal with operational issues.
- Organise steering committee meetings, including ensuring that minutes will be taken.
- Report to the steering committee, raising strategic issues.
- Prepare Project Status Reports and Project Change Requests for the steering committee.
- Ensure project meets requirements and objectives .
- Manage project team members.
- Negotiate and resolve issues as they arise across areas of the project and where they impact on other activities, systems and projects.
- Look after the interests of the project team.
- Organise and chair project reference group meetings, as appropriate.
- Communicate project status to project sponsor, all team members, and other relevant stakeholders and involved parties .
- Maintain project documentation.
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