Project management has become a very successful and well-liked career by quite a lot of people these days. Project management is the application of knowledge, skills, tools, and techniques to a project to meet its requirements. A project manager is responsible for the success or failure of a project.
Becoming a project manager is not very hard. Project managers are people who are always highly motivated and can easily motivate others and bring out the best in them. These people are good communicators as they have to act as a bridge of communication between different departments, management and even the clients at a time. These people do not fear accountability and should be ready to make strong decisions.
Project managers and assistant project managers need a whole set of good skills, but time management and organizational skills should be most important for them. Project managers have a role which is very wide-ranging and so they have a lot to do in a day. The first objective of any project manager is to develop a business idea. A project manager will turn an idea into a proper business case and execute that idea into a complete profitable plan.
Assistant project manager with a sound experience of running projects from last 5 years. Previous work experience has helped to gain business understanding and the ability to prioritize and balance complex projects. Capable enough to run a diverse team with the best leadership qualities.
Strong communication skills make it easy to maintain cordial relationships with anyone in the organization and even with the clients. Comfortable with devising plans and reporting any cost and time variances in the project to the senior management. Lead successful projects from scratch till the end and ensured profitability is maintained throughout the time.
Passionate; able to defend own views with 9 years of technical accounting experience. Proficient to work in a team-oriented environment. Capable enough to develop expertise in the areas assigned. Advance understanding of US GAAP. Active listening and interpersonal skill. Able to roll-up sleeves, make great things happen, loyal and committed to excellence.
My roles in the job are:
- To work with project sponsors and analyze the feasibility of the project.
- To put up a team to work on the project.
- To set the objectives of the project and guiding the team.
My roles in this job were:
- To plan what work needs to be done and who will do it.
- To analyze the risks involved in a project and managing these risks.
- To make sure that the project will meet the required standards.
- To train and motivate the people involved.
- To coordinate with different teams in other departments.
- To make sure that the project is running on time and to budget.
- To deal with any changes in the planned project.
- To ensure that the project delivers the expected outcomes and benefits.
My roles in this job are/were:
- To communicate with people involved in the project.
- To review the project plans and report any variances.
- To prepare estimated cost plans according to the budget.
- To hold meetings and oversee the progress of the project.
- To assist in estimating project scope and costs.
- To provide on-site management on the project.
- Excellent communication skills.
- Effectively leading a team.
- Ability to solve problems and situations.
To be provided on demand.
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