Projects are not managed the same as operational activities. Each project is unique, with a start and end date and very specific objectives. Each project has a life-cycle which requires different controls and processes to an operational activity. The project team has to be formed, maintained and disbanded in a different manner than for an operational activity.

Leadership and motivation of the team, often in challenging situations, is an essential part of the role. The Project Manager forms the team, allocates work and provides direction to the team. He or she should also support their career development and manage their release from the project. The Project Manager develops and maintains a communications plan covering team members and stakeholders.

Key Attributes possessed by our Project Managers:

-deciding what to do, despite uncertainty, risk and an enormous amount of potentially relevant information;


-getting things done,  through a  diverse set of internal people and external suppliers, despite having limited direct control over them.




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