• Create clarity in communication. Defining project goals and likely project outcomes clearly and early in the project is critical, and failure to do so would lead to identifying some of the project requirements at a later stage. This would cause changes to the project plan resulting in time and cost overruns. Here are some success indicators that I as a project manager can bring to the team. • Define roles and responsibilities. At the outset, defining roles and responsibilities of project team members without ambiguity is imperative for improving performance and managing conflicts. This practice will lead to effective use of the project team members and help functional departments extend their support. Here are some success indicators that I as a project manager can bring to the team. • Communicate expectations. Defining project outcomes and establishing what is expected from all the stakeholders will eventually eliminate perceived and actual incidences of not delivering expected results. This is specifically true with stakeholders within and outside the project who are not routinely involved with projects. • Employ consistent processes- Developing and deploying consistent and formal project management processes assist in improving operational efficiency, managing risk, and reducing ambiguity. Ultimately, these processes would lead to project management maturity.
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- Fall '15
- Project Management, project manager, Jerry Guzman, Personality Leadership Assessment, Project Manager Leadership