Project Manager Methodology

Under this heading we can describe the organization structure and methodology which use for success of any project. So we can discuss it with the help of following contents:

1)      Project driven and non driven Elements.

2)      Project Management Methodology.

3)      Systems, Programs, and projects.

4)      Categories of projects.

5)      Maturity and excellence.

6)      Information Project Management.

7)      Organization Structure.

8)      Selection the organizational form.

Delegation of authority To Project Manager
Executive Meddling
Lack of understanding who Project Management should work
Lack of training in communication and international skills

The Tip of the iceberg syndrome for matrix implementations

Many of the problems are recognized much later in the project and result in a much higher cost to correct as well as project risk. On the surface all we see is a lack of authority for the project manager.

The project management office sets project standards and oversees the organization s portfolio. This allows the organization to evaluate the use of resources across all projects and resolve conflicts that affect project timeless. The project management office is also a very good place to examine how communities are linked across projects.

Project Management officer (PMO) centralizes and coordinates the management of both the project and the Product. Project management officer may not directly relate to the project at spot.  He/she focuses on coordination planning, prioritization of all resources and deliverables of the projects and sub projects. It is the key responsibility of any project management officer to keep top management /clients /parents organization connected and informed about all projects running or product life cycle. He/she is involved in the selection, management and re deployment of shared projects as much as authorized.

There are some differences between project manager and project management officers. Both have different objectives-driven by different requirements, aligned with strategic needs of organization. Project Manager is responsible for delivering specific project objectives within the project constraints, while Project Management officer is responsible for organizational structure mandates having much vast perspective.

Project Manager focuses on the project objectives, while project management officer focuses on major programs, scope and changes required and authenticated. Project Management officers considers all potential opportunities to have business goals achieved.

Project Manager is to meet their goals within the given resources. Secondly, he is supposed to optimize the use of shared organizational resources across all projects overall.

Project Manager manages the scope, schedule, cost, and quality of the product, while the project Management officer manages the overall risk, opportunities, interdependencies and links among different projects. 

Finally, PMO reports to higher management about the project and share details information with them. Also disclose the project status and ensure that the project done with in time frame.

After the above discussion, we know how important the Project Manager is, so we should discuss it in details version. The project manager may describe through following points:

      Skills needed in a project Manager

      Functional manager versus project Manager

      Selecting the project Manager

      Location reporting and salary of the Project Managers

      Duties and job description of Project Manager.

      Next generation project manager.

By Umar saleh


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