Projects are large-scale, typically expensive, one of a kind endeavor that may require months or years to complete and involve major portions of an organization's resources. Project manager is a manager or management team having responsibility for a project, not a function. Various project managers' types include project manager, commodity manager, project coordinator, project engineer, and brand manager, each having a different degree of authority over a project.
Today, EUIS project management is in demand, but the emphasis falls more on strategic and environmental implications rather than on the tools of project management. Projects are represented by a work breakdown structure, which may be converted into a network showing relationships among projects activities. Project sequence networks may be summarized into key events or milestone diagrams for senior management review. A good EUIS project management team begins with defining the project scope and its objectives. A project manager must concurrently manage the four basic elements of a project: resources, time, money, and most importantly, project scope.
To excel at this position an individual must have great communication and interpersonal skills, attention to detail, and strong analytical skills. In conclusion, a project manger's effectiveness or lack of is the determining factor as to whether a project will complete successfully.
The four basic elements of a project: resources, time, money, and most importantly, scope are all factors a good project manager must supervise. Many believe that the scope is more important than the other three basic elements. The project scope is the definition of what the project is supposed to accomplish and the budget, of time and money, which has been created to achieve these objectives. It is absolutely imperative that any change to the scope of the project have a matching change in budget, either time or resources. Project manager's...