Jeremy_Jarvi_PROJECT MANAGEMENT_IP2_U2

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R – Responsible for completion of task. (Task can be delegated to this person.) S – Supports task. C – Requires communication about the task. Organizatio n Title Project Activity Requirement s Design Test Project Communicati on Trainin g Project Manager |RCAS R C AS RCA S RCAS RCAS Project Team Leader ASRC ASRC RCAS RCAS RCAS Team Member 1 <A/R/S/C> ARSC <A/R/S/C > <A/R/S/C> ARSC Team Member 2 <A/R/S/C> ARSC <A/R/S/C > <A/R/S/C> ARSC Title Role Responsibilities Project Manager The Project Manager is responsible for developing, in conjunction with the Project Sponsor, the project charter. The Project Manager ensures that the project is delivered on time, within budget, and to the required quality standards. Manage and lead the project team. Manage the coordination of the partners and the working groups. Develop and maintain a detailed project plan.
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Running Head: WORK BREAKDOWN STRUCTURE Title Role Responsibilities Team Leader The Team Leader answers directly to the Project Manager about the current problems and situations involving the project itself. Leads Project team Works on the project Answers to the Project Manager Daily write-ups on project status Team Member 1 To work with the team leader and project manager to make sure that the project is finished on time or early. To make sure that the project is streamlined and effective. Works on project Deals with questions pertaining to project Write-ups on status of project Team Member 2 To work with the team leader and project manager to make sure that the project is finished on time or early. To make sure that the project is streamlined and effective. Works on project Deals with questions about project Write-ups on project status (Responsibility Matrix, 2011) References: Project Management Institution (2011). Retrieved on September 2 nd , 2011 from website: Responsibilty Matrix (2011). Retrieved on September 4 th , 2011 from website:
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