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The project manager is the glue that holds the project together The PM is responsible and accountable for the project and must take charge as the project leader To be a good leader, the PM must be a good communicator, be organized, play well with others (that is, be team oriented), and be a team builder/motivator The PM must be willing (and able) to take calculated risks, be an advocate for the team, be able to solve problems, and understand stakeholders needs and expectations As the person responsible for project success, the PM is in charge of all aspects of the project, including but not limited to the following:
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Developing the project management plan and updating it as needed to ensure currency, accuracy, and applicability Keeping the project on track (budget, schedule, scope, and deliverables) Managing risk and providing timely and accurate reports on project status/metrics Managing stakeholder needs and expectations
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Ideally, the PM should be assigned to the project early in the project life cycle to assist in developing the project charter, planning documents, and establishing the project team (depending on the type of organizational structure, the team may already be assigned or may be assigned by the functional manager based on location, skills, and availability) The role of the PM is distinct and should be focused on the project If, for example, this person is a functional (line) manager in addition to being assigned the PM role, there will likely be conflicting demands on their time and requirements Being a good project manager requires a specific set of competencies (skills) According to PMI, there are three dimensions (layers) of project management competency:
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This refers to what the PM knows about project management
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Performance This refers to what the project manager is able to do or accomplish while applying their project management knowledge Personal This refers to how the project manager behaves when performing within the project or related activity Personal competency encompasses attitudes, core personality characteristics, and leadership the ability to guide the project team while achieving project objectives and balancing the project constraints[3]
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Even though the role of the PM varies based on the size, type, and complexity of the project, the fundamental skills required are universal (the primary PM skills and disciplines can be plugged into practically any industry) This is not to say one size fits all, because projects by definition are unique However, project management as a skill is extremely versatile and can be used in a broad spectrum of applications Finally, a good project manager must be a strong leader to effectively control the project Being a leader means taking control of the project
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The true measure of success for you as a project manager is when team members say they want to work with you on future projects The only way you gain this kind of trust and dedication is by being an advocate for the team, being able to admit when you have made a mistake, and by being honest and respectful This will go a long way toward establishing your credibility and integrity
I recommend the following action steps for taking control of either a new or existing project:
1 Get (and stay) informed Be a sponge and absorb as much about the project as possible
by reviewing project requirements, the project management plan, output documents, the contract, work orders, change requests, and the status reports of the project This means listening more than talking One of my previous managers has a saying that goes like this: My daddy always said I have two ears and one mouth, so I should listen twice as much as I talk
2 Document key issues and concerns Review actions and options with key individuals
first to understand as much as possible about pervasive (chronic) issues, staff issues, customer contacts, organizational structure, environmental factors, and organizational assets (standard tools, templates, forms, and so on) as appropriate and available
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