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A project manager is a manager who is in charge of long-term or high-profile projects for a large company from inception to final product or outcome.
Objectives of a Project Manager
The project manager's first objective is to lay out the ground work for the project. She is the team leader who hires and organizes the individuals and subcontractors necessary to complete the job and coordinates all schedules. She ensures that the project moves forward in a timely, cost-effective manner, makes changes and adjustments, and does the final inspections and reports for the project.
Benefits of Hiring a Project Manager
A project manager can save a company large sums of money by monitoring expenses and labor. A project manager can also eliminate confusion, which will reduce friction among personnel. The use of a qualified person with a good track record will also ensure that the outcome will be of excellent quality.
Professions That Utilize Project Managers
The three main professions that use project managers are construction, computer technology, and architecture. Almost any kind of company that is routinely involved in large projects, such as design industries, financial institutions, and production entities, would benefit from the use of a project manager.
- "Making Things Happen: Mastering Project Management"; Scott Berkun; March 2008
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